Dairy cattle ruminal performance Technical Articles

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Article published the January 18, 2022:

Mycotoxins in dairy cows: the role of rumen

1. Rumen protects dairy cows against mycotoxins… only partiallyMycotoxins are toxic metabolites, produced by fungi, that can develop in grains and forages. The most well-known and probably the most feare...
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Damien PrévéraudMargaux Lecolinet
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Article published the December 15, 2021:

A better feed efficiency will drive sustainability

Wasting nutrients is a waste of money. But feed losses also have a direct effect on animal health and performance and makes the diet less sustainable. This can be prevented by giving the rumen more care and att...
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Valentin Nenov
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Article published the December 15, 2021:

Effects of exogenous a-amylases, glucoamylases, and proteases on ruminal in vitro dry matter and starch digestibility, gas production, and volatile fatty acids of mature dent corn grain

INTRODUCTION The importance of nutritional management for improving production and minimizing environmental impacts from beef and dairy cattle industry is well-established (McAllister et al., 1996; Havl&ia...
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Adegbola AdesoganDiwakar VyasLuiz FerrarettoShukun Yu
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Article published the November 10, 2021:

Balchem’s Choline Encapsulation Technology Leaps Forward

Balchem has been perfecting the art of microencapsulation for more than 50 years and has spent nearly 30 years applying this technology to dairy animals to protect compounds from ruminal degradation. Balchem la...
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Samuel-Pierre CamusStefano Vandoni
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Article published the October 29, 2021:

Effect of feeding rumen-protected choline on performance, health and reproduction of dairy cows

BackgroundBalchem now manufactures a high-quality, ruminally protected choline product called ReaShure®-XC Rumen Protected Choline, the next generation of ReaShure which provides bioavailable choline in a m...
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Article published the October 18, 2021:

Effect of ReaShure® rumen-protected choline on performance, blood metabolites, and hepatic triacylglycerols of periparturient dairy cattle

Introduction Fatty liver occurs in approximately 50-60% of dairy cows at orshortly after calving2,3. It occurs because the cow mobilizes energy from adipose tissue in response to hormonal changes at calvin...
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Ad van VuurenRoselinde Goselink
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Article published the October 18, 2021:

Effects of the Addition of NitroShure to Lactating Cow Diets on Microbial Efficiency and Metabolism in Continuous Culture of Rumen Contents

BackgroundReducing the rate at which ammonia is released from urea into the rumen may allow rumen bacteria to more effectively capture the nitrogen released. Slowing the rate of release of ammonia from urea can...
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Jack Garrett, PhD
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Article published the September 30, 2021:

NitroShure: An Important Tool for Optimizing Rumen Productivity in Challenging Economic Times

Why should we do this?With a good controlled fermentation (con-trolling pH or acidity) in the rumen, we will do two things: first, we will maximize the energy derived from the fiber, starch and other carbohydra...
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Charles Sniffen
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Article published the September 24, 2021:

Effects of subacute ruminal acidosis on dry matter intake, rumen fermentation, blood variables, and conception rate in Holstein heifers

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Ehsan Khafipour
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Article published the September 15, 2021:

Feeding Behavior of Lactating Dairy Cattle Fed Sorghum-Based Diets and Increasing Levels of Tannic Acid

1. IntroductionThe use of tannin in ruminant nutrition is increasing, mainly due to its diverse positive effects in several aspects concerning physiology, metabolism, and animal performance. However, research r...
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Carla Souza
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