Dairy Cattle Technical Articles

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Article published the August 23, 2021:

Effects of Fat Supplementation and Chop Length on Milk Composition and Ruminal Fermentation of Cows Fed Diets Containing Alfalfa Silage

INTRODUCTION Preservation of alfalfa as silage is becoming convenient due to the ease of mechanization and reduced susceptibility to weather damage (Khadem et al. 2009). Calberry et al. (2003); Bhandari et al....
Author/s :
Dr. mostafa soufizadehMAJID SHARIFI
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Article published the June 25, 2021:

Indigestible neutral detergent fibers: Relationship between forage fragility and neutral detergent fibers digestibility in total mixed ration and some feedstuffs in dairy cattle

Introduction A wide range of in vitro and in situ techniques are used as alternatives to in vivo measurement of ruminal fiber availability. Fiber digestibility and forage fragility are critical factors shoul...
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Dr. mostafa soufizadeh
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Article published the March 18, 2021:

Intensive short-duration rotational grazing is associated with improved soil quality within one year after establishment in Colombia

Author/s :
Disney Baquero UmañaMauricio Sotelo
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Article published the October 30, 2020:

Validation of Cabruca System In Pastures

Introduction The dominant primary plant formation in the Cacaueira is a dense ombrophilous forest, known like Atlantic rainforest or simply Atlantic forest. This biome is found along of the Brazilian coast, co...
Author/s :
Érico Lobão
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Article published the November 8, 2018:

Application of Real Coded Genetic Algorithm (RGA) to Find Least Cost Feedstuffs for Dairy Cattle During Pregnancy

INTRODUCTION As far as the profit is concerned to the farmers, the cost of the feed plays an important role. The dairy farmers in Karnataka are having limitations in terms of feedstuffs available in the region...
Author/s :
Dr Ravinder Singh KuntalRajendran Duraisamy
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Article published the September 17, 2018:

Cactus (Opuntia sps.) as fodder in the dry lands of Argentina

Introduction Some 2.6 million hectares are cultivating in the world, where the greatest use of cactus for forage or fodder occurs in Tunisia: 600,000 ha, Algeria: 150,000 ha, Mexico: 230,000 ha (39), South Af...
Author/s :
Juan Carlos Guevara
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Article published the September 17, 2018:

Sustainable use of pastures in the plain of Mendoza (Argentina)

Introduction The major use of rangelands is grazing or browsing by livestock and wild herbivores. Semiarid and arid rangelands are often fragile and subjected to accelerated soil erosion if not managed appropr...
Author/s :
Juan Carlos Guevara
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Article published the July 27, 2018:

Guidelines for the metabolic cage of cattle

Introduction The metabolic cages are used to study the metabolism of feeds in the animal. Metabolic trials are conducted to collect the feces, urine and feeds residue using precisely for analysis nutrients int...
Author/s :
Dr. Shivlal Singh KunduDr. Umesh Sontakke Goutam MondalSonali Prusty
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Article published the November 16, 2017:

Effects of water restriction following feeding on nutrient digestibilities, milk yield and composition and blood hormones in lactating Holstein cows under heat stress conditions

  Introduction Heat stress causes major losses ($ 2.4 billion) in animal production, including dairy cattle, beef cattle, swine and poultry in the USA (St-Pierre et al., 2003). Heat stress affects feed i...
Author/s :
Jalil Ghassemi Nejad
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Article published the September 15, 2017:

Dairy cows value access to pasture as highly as fresh feed

Many dairy cows in the developed world are now housed exclusively indoors with fewer than 5% of the 10 million lactating cows in the United States having access to pasture during the grazing season. Indoor hous...
Author/s :
Marina A. G. von Keyserlingk
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