Article published the June 12, 2018
Introduction A recent study has reported that Cr-Met in the form of chelate could improve carcass characteristics including marbling score in Korean native steers (Sung et al., 2015). Another follow up study in Holstein steers during raising and late fattening period showed that 4 months is an optimum period for feeding Cr-Met chelate to improve daily gain and carcass characteristics of Holstein ...
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  Milk quality is considered a welfare issue. Most dairy cooperatives have established quality-based payment programs to provide incentives to improve milk quality (Botaro et al. 2013). Total bacterial count, somatic cell count (SCC), and milk lipid and protein contents are some measurements that either result in the application of a penalty or in the receipt of a premium (Renau 2001). These ...
Article published the July 5, 2013
INTRODUCTION Chromium (Cr) has appeared as trace mineral that play a pivotal role in carbohydrate and lipid metabolism, along with protein synthesis, growth and longevity (Mertz, 1993). Furthermore, carcass quality and production is also influenced by stress level of animal during their growth and fattening stages. Since Cr has known to lessen the stress and strengthen the immune response, there ...
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Article published the July 3, 2013
INTRODUCTION In calf rearing systems, an early and high intake of concentrate and roughage is encouraged to ensure a better development of the forestomach. In order to achieve this goal, high concentrate diets are fed with free availability of good quality forage after weaning the calves to achieve greater growth rates (Moran, 2002). The effects of age, weaning, and different diets, especially d ...
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Participation in Forum on November 10, 2011
I agree with the opinion of Dr. Gupta.
Participation in Forum on November 10, 2011
With respect to all opinion, I wonder if you please answer this simple question: If using oxytocin in miking cow is harmful for human who drinks the milk, so what about the natural oxytocin releases by hypothalamus? Bests
Participation in Forum on November 9, 2011
Hello, Generally because the half life of oxytocin is less than 7 minutes (2-6 min), so it mustn't be harmful in the milk as it will disappear after milking. Hence, We should not be afraid from anything we don't know the exact effect. In my point of view we need some more research in this case knowing more about the side effect of exogenous injection of oxytocin if it is so. With Regards, J ...
Participation in Forum on February 12, 2010
This is a good topic. Please everyone who has new information about this topic, let us know
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