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Mohamed Mammeri
The Company Working at the crossroads of nutrition and health we are committed to delivering future evidence-based solutions that enhance animal health and performance, including : Improvements in digestibility and bioavailability, for better feed efficacy and performance. Cost-effec...
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Early-lactation dairy cows have high energy demand for milk production. Often the energy intake in this period is not enough to meet their requirements and the cows often face negative energy balance that may lead to metabolic disorders with long lasting negative effect on both productivity and health. To meet this increasing energy demand, we often formulate high energy diets with increased starc ...
Participation in Forum on September 29, 2021
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Participation in Forum on September 29, 2021
Dr. Arabinda Kumar Saha Thanks Dr for your feedback. You're welcome.
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Thank you for this very helpful information.
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Thanks, an important article in dairy production and economics as well, especially for tropical regions.
Participation in Forum on September 17, 2021
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Participation in Forum on September 13, 2021
Hafiz Wasi Muhammad Khan Thank you.
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worth reading article
Article published the September 7, 2021
Heat stress will cost the global dairy sector an estimated $5 billion a year in 2050 (Wankar et al., 2021).To reduce the costs for both the farmer and animal, a more integrated approach regarding production, health and welfare is needed. The key lies in prediction tools in combination with target nutritional solutions.Heat stress management in farm animals is on the industry’s radar for many ...
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For me, the particle size of raw materials is very important when producing pellets. Also, the pellet size is very important. So, I propose as follows. 1. The blending ratio must also be good. 2, the combination should also be good. (My suggestion is that the CV should be less than 4.) 3. The particle size should be less than 700 microns for all raw materials. For Grinding, a 2.4 mm screen for ...
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