Shaping her future – Rearing the high producing cow

Published on: 09/19/2016
Author/s : Fernando Soberón, PhD 1, Michael E. Van Amburgh, PhD 2 / 1 Shur-Gain USA, a Nutreco Company 2 Cornell University

In the pursuit of improved milk yield and production efficiencies, the question has long been asked, when can we best influence a cow’s milk production? For years, the focus has been during the lactation itself, shifting over time to the importance of the transition period. More recently, the importance of early life development has come to the attention of researchers and producers alike. &...

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Pierre Dionne Pierre Dionne
Animal Nutritionist
September 19, 2016
Great paper!
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September 21, 2016
Excellent article. definitely we should make known these concepts. Many dairy farmer don't pay attention to this category because they consider as "improductive category", it is true but as we know the importance to care the animals during the first 60 days after born is the key.
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January 26, 2020
Excellent article. Thanks
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