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waqas ahmad Dear sir, thank you for your reply on our article.Feeding enzymes to ruminants is not a new approach. This approach exists for many decades, but the results so far are very controversial. An efficient approach is to use enzymes to pretreat the forages (hay and silage) before feeding them to the cow. The rationale behind that is that the enzymes degrading fiber need a specific condition ...
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Pasty vent not only related to excess fat in diet It’s also related to bacterial infection like salmonellosis at the early stages, excess dehydration. 
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The following are comments on your interesting paper on rapid feed passage. Just for practical purposes and to make the discussion easier we always define what is rapid feed passage before we talk about it to be sure we are talking about the same issue: "Rapid feed passage is defined here as the condition in which broiler droppings lose their normal shape and consistency, do not display the charac ...
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Interesting reading. But I wonder when you say it should be beneficial to lower the total amount of starch to 26-27% of DMI. Do you mean sugar + starch?I always trying to get the starch under 20%. Unless a large amount of maize silage is used, then an extra 2% is acceptable. I work in Scandinavia where we grow a lot of grassland of course. But I never heard about a dairy farm with that much starch ...
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Juarez Donzele Thanks for your comment. This is one of the four abstracts presented on this topic a year ago. The full papers have been submitted for publication. I would recommend you read all the information prior to making conclusions based on a 2,300 character abstract. I did not make this publication in Engormix. This is public material that Engormix found on the web based on material ...
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A lot of dependen ies on expansion what running conditions what formula do you want radial or axial expansion
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David Wicker Ph. D. I agree with remaining below 10% CV, whether it is an arbitrary value or not, as the historical data and precedence supports it. I am referring more to a scenario of achieving 4% rather than 8% with an additional 20 seconds of mix time and whether those 20 seconds may be leveraged in some cases. As you said, larger animals are likely to tolerate this and I believe some (relativ ...
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I am enjoying very much all this discussion. Thanks, Dr. Guevara for bringing your paper to this forum. Just to reinforce, least cost feed formulation starts with different paradigms that are difficult to make broad comparisons. The ingredient data base, with nutrient composition is, most of the time, not adjusted in a real time situation. Also, not all companies have strong laboratory support to ...
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