Live yeast could help reduce the impact of heat stress on dairy production

Published on: 07/28/2013
Author/s : Laurent Dussert, Aurelien Piron (Lallemand Animal Nutrition, France)

Heat stress could cost the dairy producer up to 400 €/cow/year (Saint Pierre et al., 2003). Around 80% of these losses are associated with drop of productivity, and 20% with health issues: impaired reproduction and immunity, which translate into increased mortality and mastitis frequency etc. In 2011, Prof. Burgos Zimbelman and Collier, from University of Arizona revised the heat stress scale...

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Dr.shahzad  Naveed Jadoon Dr.shahzad Naveed Jadoon
Animal Nutritionist
July 28, 2013
What are results on heat stress if we compare liveyeast vs bicarbonates?
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