Discussion created on 12/21/2017

Dairy Cattle Feed

Recently, Schäfers et al. (2017) published his study determining the effects of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and vitamin E as well as their interaction on biochemical and hematological variables and on leukocyte populations and their functionality.

They assigned 59 German Holstein cows between the 2nd and 9th lactation to 4 dietary groups in a 2 × 2 factorial design with the factors CLA and vitamin E.

In conclusion, the impairment of immune function caused by calving was more severe in cows in =3rd parity than in younger cows. However, neither vitamin E nor CLA supplementation was successful to stabilize parity or parturition related variance in hematological and immunological traits.

Alfredo J. Escribano
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Shifali Sharma Shifali Sharma
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March 29, 2019
good feed is used to increase milk quantity.
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