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Malic acid is an organic acid naturally found in many forages, but it can also be supplemented. But do they also have health benefits for dairy cows?
Wageningen University, appropriate management of dairy cows in the peripartum period improves the ability of cows to adapt effectively to lactation
The Dutch breeding organisation K.I. SAMEN may not be the biggest breeding company around, it does have its own philosophy on how to breed the best dairy cow
Intensive dairy farming demands very much from modern day dairy cows. Genetic improvement resulted in higher yield capacity and on average larger cows
Supplementing dairy cows with rumen-protected lysine may improve cow intake during the transition period and reduce free fatty acids and β-hydroxybutyrate
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.
The health of dairy cows is directly related to their conception rates and milk production. Dairy cows: healthy animals, healthy profits
What is the effect of a partial substitution of soybean meal and corn grain with field peas in dairy cow diets?
When dairy cow water beds first appeared in the late 1990s, it was understood that it’s important for a cow to lie down, but mostly, cow beds were simply
Dairy cows fed barley silage may see a boost to milk production efficiency when fibrolytic enzymes are added to feeds, say researchers.