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Article published the December 6, 2022:

The analgesic effect of preventive administration of meloxicam in calves submitted to hot-iron dehorning

INTRODUCTIONDespite the growing concern for animal welfare, pain control in farm animals is still neglected (CANOZZI et al., 2020; HEWSON et al., 2007; HUXLEY & WHAY, 2006; LORENA et al., 2013). Until recen...
Author/s :
Guilherme TrevisanJackson Barros Do AmaralStelio Pacca Loureiro Luna
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Article published the December 6, 2022:

Residual formaldehyde contents in fresh white cheese in El Salvador: Seasonal changes associated with temperature

1. IntroductionWhile formaldehyde (FA) is naturally present as a low concentration metabolic intermediate in the cells of most living organisms [1,2], it is also found in several foods [1–3].However, the ...
Author/s :
Jose Roberto Hernandez Rauda
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Article published the December 5, 2022:

Abomasal bloating syndrome of the suckling calf

Increasing the level of nutrition provided to dairy calves in the first weeks of life has resulted in several benefits such as decreased morbidity and mortality, faster recovery from disease, decreased age at f...
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Dr. Goudarzi
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Article published the December 1, 2022:

Survey of yeast populations in fermented feed across the United States

Yeasts are single-celled, facultative anaerobic eukaryotes that are prevalent in various fermented feeds. Yeasts can negatively affect silage quality by metabolizing available nutrients within the feed which le...
Author/s :
Francesca Mazza
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Article published the November 28, 2022:

Bottles are better than buckets in winter water supply for calves

Calves require supplemental water early in life to support hydration, health, early grain intake, rumen development, and body growth. Supplying body water by feeding milk or milk substitute is not enough to opt...
Author/s :
Dr. Goudarzi
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Article published the October 19, 2022:

Combating global feed ingredient supply chain issues

A stable supply of feed ingredients is a concern due to the difficult logistics situation in the world and insufficient production of feeds in Uzbekistan. Under these current conditions, the issue of maximizing...
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Article published the September 14, 2022:

Different encapsulation techniques lead to varying levels of nutrient bioavailability

Lipid encapsulation has proved to be a valuable tool for protecting nutrients from degradation during processing, storage and digestion and making them available for absorption by the animal. Over the last year...
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Article published the September 12, 2022:

Effects of supplementation with ruminally-protected choline on performance of cows

INTRODUCTION Balchem 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 ...
Author/s :
Marcos Zenobi
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Article published the August 31, 2022:

High-shear Dry Extruded Products for Highly Digestible Rumen Microbial Protein in Dairy Part II: High Shear Dry Extruded Corn

In a previous blog, I discussed how feeding ExPress® soymeal to dairy provides a highly digestible source of protein and energy while improving milk production and lowering diet costs. Similarly, incorporat...
Author/s :
Katie Mayo
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Article published the August 31, 2022:

Using better corn will help dairy cows make protein

We’ve previously discussed high-shear dry extrusion of corn and how this process can be used to form highly-gelatinized starch that is quickly degraded in the rumen. Among other things...
Author/s :
Dave Albin
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