News published on July 28, 2020
Dr. Jesse Goff from Iowa State University will speak on “Why Cows Become Hypocalcemic and Steps to Reduce Impact" in this one hour long webinar on August 4th.
Since April, the Real Science Lecture Series, by Balchem, has already featured prominent ruminant nutrition experts like Mike Hutjens (University of Illinois), Heather White (University of Wisconsin), Lance Baumgard (Iowa State Univ ...
News published on June 11, 2019
Save the date! Pancosma is proud to confirm its presence at the next ASAS Annual Meeting in Texas, USA and to inform you about its Symposium on July 9th, 2019 afternoon.
During this day two abstracts will also be presented as follows:
Standardized phytomolecules improve foot and mouth disease vaccine response in grower pigs (oral presentation on Tuesday 11:00-11:15 am)J. le Cour Grandmaiso ...
Article published the March 22, 2018
The periparturient period in dairy cows is characterized by substantial metabolic stress, endocrine changes, depressed feed intake, and negative energy balance . In response to these changes, dairy cows mobilize adipose tissue triglyceride (TG), leading to elevated non-esterified fatty acid (NEFA) concentrations in the blood. The high flux of blood NEFA to the liver often exceeds ...
This member gave a presentation on November 14, 2016
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Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals
Article published the June 11, 2012
The multitude of disorders that dairy cows face during the transition to lactation is a perennial source of concern for dairy producers, nutritionists, and veterinarians. Total disease incidence in the several weeks after parturition accounts for a substantial proportion of all morbidity on many dairies, with particularly high rates of mastitis, metritis, milk fever, displaced aboma ...
Article published the October 12, 2010
IntroductionThe multitude of disorders that dairy cows face during the transition to lactation is a perennial source of concern for dairy producers, nutritionists, and veterinarians. Total disease incidence in the several weeks after parturition accounts for a substantial proportion of all morbidity on many dairies (Ingvartsen, 2006), with particularly high rates of mastitis, metritis, milk fever, ...
Article published the July 25, 2008
Reducing cull rates and improving fertility in early lactation has a dramatic effect on the profitability of many dairies. Continuing research on transition cow nutrition has led to the development of an array of nutritional strategies to prevent disorders during the transition period. It is important, however, to realize that some of these strategies have similar modes of action, and as such, the ...
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March 26, 2010