Dairy Cattle Technical Articles

Article published the January 1, 1900:
One of the most common ways for dairy producers to increase milk production is by increasing milking frequency. Frequent milking during early lactation may not only increase milk yield during the freque...
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Article published the January 1, 1900:
Introduction Dairy cows require a rest period between lactations. The udder and the digestive tract especially benefit from rest during the dry period. The dry period is actually the beginning of the next ...
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Article published the January 1, 1900:
ALLTECH 2003 CD: Selenium nutrition of dairy cows: comparing responses to organic and inorganic selenium forms Department of Animal Sciences, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio State ...
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Producers are faced with a wide range of recommendations when installing new housing facilities or renovating an existing barn. In previous Research Reports, we have discussed the effects of providing a com...
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As component pricing based on solids not fat and/or protein becomes more a standard in the industry, production of milk components, particularly protein, will receive more emphasis. In addtion, methods of...
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What is Urea? Urea is a small organic molecule composed of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and hydrogen. Urea is a common constituent of blood and other body fluids. Urea is formed from ammonia in the kidney a...
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Introduction There are six key times during the yearly cycle when each cow should have her condition evaluated. These occur: midway through the dry period, at calving, and at approximately 45, 90, 180 and ...
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The modern dairy cow is similar to a factory, consuming and processing large quantities of raw materials (feedstuffs) and producing a large volume of high quality product (milk). It is essential that the fl...
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1Quality Milk Promotion Services, Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences, Cornell University, 2 Research Institute for Cattle, Sheep and Horses, Lelystad,, the Netherlands, 3Fullwood ...
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Introduction Dairy cows require a rest period between lactations. The udder and the digestive tract especially benefit from rest during the dry period. The dry period is actually the beginning of the...
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