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Article published the September 8, 2020:

Characterization of the temperature-humidity index and heat stress in dairy cattle in two dairy units in Mayabeque province, Cuba

Climate change is one of the most important environmental realities that human faces in this century. Not only because of the effects it has on the different human spheres, but because it represents a challenge...
Author/s :
ana valeria enriquez
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Article published the September 8, 2020:

Mycoplasma bovis pneumonia in feedlot cattle and dairy calves in Argentina

Introduction Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is the most important cause of economic loss of the beef industry in many parts of the world (12, 14, 26). It is a multifactorial condition that involves host and ...
Author/s :
Carlos MarginedaDr. Alfonso López Mayagoitia
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Article published the September 3, 2020:

Optimizing dairy cow farming efficiency through feed efficiency: improve forage fiber digestibility

More than 85-90% of the forage’s fiber could be degraded in a well working rumen. The forage fiber characteristics represent the key point to improve feed efficiency, considering their effects on diet ...
Author/s :
Andrea Formigoni
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Article published the September 3, 2020:

Zeelim dairy farm in the south Israel succeeds "beating the summer"

Zeelim dairy farm is located in the south of Israel and characterized by desert conditions and low rainfall in winter (100-150 mm/year) November–March. In the last years, recycled water from the big Tel ...
Author/s :
Israel Flamenbaum
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634 13
Article published the August 27, 2020:

A Focus on Immunity – The Impact of Nutrition

For the last few months, it seems that immunity has been at the forefront of our thought process – not just for the dairy industry but world-wide. While everyone has been focused on staying healthy and ha...
Author/s :
Dr. Steve Blezinger
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Article published the August 11, 2020:

Multi-mycotoxins contamination exposes ruminant livestock to health and performance issue

Ruminants have a unique digestive physiology characterized by a pre-systemic fermentation and digestion of plant constituents such as cellulose by microorganisms comprising the ruminal flora. This particulari...
Author/s :
Virginie Marquis
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Article published the August 7, 2020:

The seasonal and inter-annual patterns of biomass accumulation and crude protein in kleingrass (Panicum coloratum) in the semiarid Pampean region of Argentina

Introduction Complementary grazing systems (CGS) involve the rotation of animals between forage resources of species with different patterns of seasonal growth and development (Gillen et al., 1999; Moore et al...
Author/s :
Carlos Ferri
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Article published the August 4, 2020:

Non antibiotic strategies to modify the microbial population of dairy cattle: impacts on milk production, animal health, and food safety

Author/s :
Dean PringleFrancis L. FluhartyTodd Callaway
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Article published the July 31, 2020:

Thoughts and insights on some factors that can affect the effectiveness of heat stress mitigation in dairy farms

In a survey that we carried out recently in Israel, we found a great variation between farms, in terms of the number of hours along the day the cows are in "heat stress" condition (body temperature above normal...
Author/s :
Israel Flamenbaum
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437 14
Article published the July 22, 2020:

The dose of chestnut and quebracho polyphenols alters rumen microbiota profile and production of volatile fatty acids in bovines

Previous studies showed that inclusion of polyphenol-rich plant extracts in feed improves performance in ruminants, but the effect may vary depending on the dosage used. It has been shown that polyphenols modif...
Author/s :
Alejandro CastilloClaudio CabralJuan DÍaz CarrascoJuan Maria BaeckMariano Fernandez Miyakawa
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