Advances in techniques in molecular biology to analyse the effect of live yeast on ruminal microflor

Published on: 11/17/2012
Author/s : Professor C. Jamie Newbold (Institute Biological Environmental and of Rural Sciences, Aberystwyth University, UK)

Rumen pH is one of the most critical determinants of rumen function particularly for the cellulolytic rumen bacteria which fail to grow at pH 6.0 and below. Rumen pH falls as a result of enhanced fermentation due to increasing concentrate in the diet, this fall inhibits degradation of the fibrous components of the diet and is the cause, in part at least, of the negative associative effects between...

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Moaied Yousef Moaied Yousef
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November 17, 2012

Yes I do agree because when I shift the herd from dead yeast to live yeast (western yeast) I noticed the big change in term of clinical acidosis and even cases never seen as befoe,,,specially in summer time during heat stress.
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Dr,Moaied Yousef

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