Most of the metabolic problems of the dairy cow happen during the first two weeks of lactation. In a review of several experiments, researchers found that approximately one out of three fresh cows have at least one clinical disease during the first 3 weeks of lactation
The V FEDNA-ANEMBE Seminar about ruminants’ nutrition, celebrated the past November 6th in Madrid (Spain) counted with the participation of Fernando Díaz, Dairy Knowledge Center’s director and dairy consultant at Rosecrans Dairy Consulting
Lupins (Lupinuss spp.) are legume seeds that can be an economic and nutritional source of protein for lactating dairy cows. Its high protein (35-40% dry matter; DM) and fat (9.8-11.5% DM)
Ruminal branched-chain volatile fatty acids (BCVFA; isobutyrate, isovalerate, and 2-methylbutyrate) originates primarily from the degradation of branched-chain amino acids (valine, isoleucine, leucine and proline) included in the diet.
De las patologías del ovario, la más frecuente (prevalencias superiores al 15%) es la Enfermedad Ovárica Quística (EOQ), con mucha diferencia respecto a las demás…
A large amount of different corn co-products is produced every year. Corn kernels are refined either by wet milling or dry-grind processing. Corn gluten feed is a co-product of the wet milling process in which starch is converted to sweetener (fructose).