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The addition of enzymatic feed additives to dairy cow diets increase feed intake, animal performance
Supplementing pregnant cow diets with levels of selenium could improve the passive transfer of immunoglobulin to calves, say researchers.
Supplementing dairy cows with rumen-protected lysine may improve cow intake during the transition period and reduce free fatty acids and β-hydroxybutyrate
The amino acid methionine can enhance the survival capacity of embryos, when added to the cow’s diet during the prepartum and postpartum periods.
Supplementing feed with fatty acids for pregnant dairy cows may improve milk yield and reproductive performance, say researchers.
Supplementing dairy cow diets with chitosan may boost feed efficiency and increase milk levels of unsaturated fatty acids, however, also adding whole raw soybea
Flaxseed oil use in organic dairy cows diets improved performance, feed efficiency and milk yield in cold conditions and highly digestible dietary starch
The addition of enzymatic feed additives to dairy cow diets increase feed intake, animal performance. Enzymes can improve feed efficiency and reduce the cost of
Tropical forage legumes may provide a cost-effective alternative to the use of soybean meal and sorghum silage in feeds for dairy cows, say researchers.
Adding supplemental fat to dairy cow diets may reduce cows’ methane yield regardless of grain used in the diet, say researchers.