Feeding management factors have great potential to influence activity patterns and feeding behavior of dairy cows.
A study that looks at the relationship between loss of body condition score (BCS) and lameness in dairy cows
A study that demonstrates the importance of feeding management for lactating dairy cows.
Advances in forage genetics, harvesting, ensiling, management practices and forage analysis – in addition to dynamic ration-balancing...
High-producing, mid-lactation dairy cows are not equally susceptible to sub acture ruminal acidosis (SARA) fed a high-grain diet.
Rumen acidosis negatively affects inflammatory and oxidative stress parameters in dairy goats.
Calf feeding strategy has a great influence on rumen development.
Body Condition Score (BCS) below 2 can indicate that a cow is at a higher risk of future lameness issues.
This study confirms that, even in moderate climates, dairy cows are exposed to heat stress.
It’s impossible to assess the rumen pH of a dairy cow just by looking at her.
Changes in the intestinal bacterial community, short-chain fatty acid profile, and intestinal development of preweaned Holstein calves....
“There are many holes in the gastrointestinal immune system for the first few weeks,” explains Michael Ballou