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Israel Flamenbaum
PhD (Animal Science)
consult dairy farms in properly manage and cool dairy cows in hot regions, as well as provide them with recommendations for the best use of cooling solutions.
PhD (Animal Science)
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#Dairy cattle nutrition
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Article published the March 22, 2024
Monitoring and transmitting in real time and continuous manner the body temperature of the cows has become a reality these days. This can improve the effectiveness of cooling treatments given to the cows, with all the benefits that can arise from that. The following article presents the knowledge and experiences accumulated in the last years in Israel, based on monitoring cow's body temperatur ...
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Participation in Forum on February 29, 2024
@Rudolf Haudenschild Hello Mr. Rudolphyou can find this article, as all other articles dealing with heat stress topic appear in my website www.cool-cows.com Double click in the British flag will open all my articles published in Engormix site, among them the article about Spanish farms. The same can be in Spanish under Spain flag and Portuguese under Brazil flag
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Article published the December 14, 2023
Global warming and the constant increase in cow yields aggravate the summer problem on dairy farms and increase the production losses caused to dairy producers. An important part of the losses caused is due to the negative effect of heat load on the fertility of cows that are inseminated in summer. To characterize this effect, we collected data from five large-scale, high-yield dairy farms (1,500 ...
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Participation in Forum on December 6, 2023
@Rajeshwaran , thanks for the comment. It is Holstein breed (by the way, the reason it was not mentioned is that i thought it is clear to readers that no other breeds reach such high productivity
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Article published the November 23, 2023
Global warming and the constant increase in cow’s milk yield exacerbate the summer problem in dairy farms and increase the production loss caused to milk producers. In order to quantify these losses, I collected data from five large scale high yielding dairy farms (1,500 to 3,000 cows per herd), located in the Torreon region, north Mexico, characterized by a desert climate, with close to 180 ...
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Article published the November 13, 2023
Summer heat stress is currently one of the biggest causes of economic losses to the global dairy industry, especially in the hot regions of the world.The International Dairy Federation (IDF) decided to deal with the problem and established recently an expert's committee to examine the issue and recommend ways to deal with it at the global level.After being recommended by the Israeli Dairy Boar ...
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Article published the July 29, 2023
An article dealing with this topic was recently published in the prestigious journal of the dairy industry, Journal of Dairy Science (Espinoza-Sandoval et. al., JDS 106: 2023). The article examines, using a statistical model, the feasibility of investing in cooling the cows in the summer in various countries around the Mediterranean Sea (Europe, North Africa and the Middle East), where there are d ...
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Article published the July 12, 2023
When talking about the negative impact of heat stress on milk production, we usually refer to the impact on milk volume (liters per cow per day or per lactation). The reality is that this is only part of the problem, which causes economic losses to farmers and dairy industry. As will be presented in this article, heat stress negatively affects milk fat and protein content and reduce milk quality, ...
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Participation in Forum on June 14, 2023
celal izci The reduction in immune system negatively affects also foot. In addition, cows standing more time due to being heat stressed suffer more from foot problems.
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Article published the May 23, 2023
A lot of information has been published in the last decades, dealing with the negative effect of summer heat stress on the productive and reproductive traits of the high yielding cow. Very limited information existed however, up until the last years, on the effect of heat stress on the feed efficiency of cows (as estimated by the feed to milk ratio). Knowing the full extent of the e ...
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