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Peter Lester
Animal Nutritionist
Laboratory services, nutrition and feed blending recommendations, soil analysis and feed analysis.
Animal Nutritionist
Participation in Forum on January 26, 2015
Dear Sir, I have developed a feed amalgamation program which will guide you through. It can be viewed on my web page Go to the top scroll bar on the front page and view
Participation in Forum on January 7, 2015
If you go to my web page and look at the subject, "mastitis is a man made problem" you will get a perspective of our approach to this malady. We have had virtually a 100 % success through approaching this, and most metabolic problems by first addressing the levels and ratios of ingested feeds. As the soil is the plants rumen, this too must be take permanence over "Bug chasing" ...
Participation in Forum on April 11, 2012
Go to my web page and click on 'mastitis is a man made problem' we have been able to reduce this affliction to virtually nil using this approach.
Participation in Forum on December 10, 2009
I have developed a feed amalgamation and metabolic solving program for dairy - beef - horses - swine - sheep and poultry, it is called AgFeed and is available through Quantum labs 4 Victoria Street Waipawa 4210 New Zealand for US$300.00. This will solve your problems I assure you. Dr. Peter J Lester
Participation in Forum on June 4, 2008
While I agree, one very important point is missing, that is, the influence electrolytes have on the prevention of bacteria entering the canal in the first place. When there is an electrolyte problem the sphincter muscle that controls the teat end is left open and this is where bacteria enter. When the electrolytes are kept in their right ratio this door is effectively closed and the incidence of i ...
Participation in Forum on May 19, 2008
Animals do not make carbon, they only recycle it. The problem is the carbon that has been locked up in the earth for millions of years and now the profit of the oil industry. Methane production in animals is not a problem if it is fed right. The greenies have flogged this to death, I repeat, animals are not creaters of carbon, they are very efficient re-cyclers. However, it is a lot easier to kick ...
Participation in Forum on December 3, 2007
Has anyone a photo of this in horses? We need one for a computer program on feed amalgamation and metabolic problems, toxins, etc. Peter J Lester
Participation in Forum on October 10, 2007
I have worked in Australia for many years and would suggest that the soil on which their feeds grow would have a large bearing on the resistance animals can obtain. Australian soils are chemically wanting in many elements and the tendency to push for more feed through the application of N fertilisers only compounds the problem. Such feeds are saturated with amide nitrogen compounds and as such are ...
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Location:Waipawa, Hawke´s Bay, New Zealand
Profile: Academic / scientific
Professional Title: Animal Nutritionist
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