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  • Hamlet Protein's Feed Your Brain seminars return to

    2021-10-18u2002·u2002Hamlet Protein recently relaunched its Feed Your Brain seminars in Germany. Two sessions were held, focusing on nutrition and health challenges in swine and ruminants (piglets and calves) and poultry (chicks). The seminars are a unique platform that …

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  • (PDF) Review of Strategies to Promote Rumen

    2019-7-26u2002·u2002The development of rumen in calves can directly a ff ect feed intake, nutrient digestibility and eventual growth of calves. Any changes in the early feeding regime. and nutrition can influence ...

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  • Label-free quantitative proteomics analysis reveals the ...

    2020-11-1u2002·u2002Although the colostrum contributes to passive immunity transfer and intestinal protection of the neonatal calves, little information is available regarding the changes in the digestion and absorption of colostral proteins in the neonatal calf intestine (Danielsen et al., 2011). Our results improve the understanding of how the time-dependent ...

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  • (PDF) Treatment of Calf Diarrhea: Oral Fluid Therapy

    Livestock products supply about 13 percent of energy and 28 percent of protein in diets consumed worldwide. Diarrhea is a leading cause of sickness and death of beef and dairy calves in their ...

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  • The Role of Polyphenols in Regulation of Heat Shock ...

    2021-9-6u2002·u2002The gastrointestinal system performs various functions such as digestion and absorption of nutrients, electrolyte balance, and secretion of digestive enzymes and acts as a barrier against detrimental molecules . Abrupt changes in the diet from milk to solids make pigs prone to …

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  • Coupling in vitro gastrointestinal lipolysis and Caco-2 ...

    Abstract. There is a growing interest in the optimization of dietary emulsions for monitoring postprandial lipid metabolism in the frame of preventing metabolic diseases. Using various emulsions, we investigated in a systematic scheme the combination of (i) in vitro gastrointestinal lipolysis and (ii) absorption and metabolism of lipolysis media in Caco-2 cells.

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  • N-Acetyl-D-glucosamine improves the intestinal

    2021-10-2u2002·u2002Early weaning in piglets can cause a series of negative effects. This causes serious losses to the livestock industry. N-Acetyl-D-glucosamine (D-GlcNAc) plays an important role in regulating the homeostasis of the intestine.This study aimed to investigate the effects of D-GlcNAc on the growth performance and intestinal function of weaned piglets.

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  • Low scouring in calves with specialty soy proteins

    2015-2-5u2002·u2002by Christine Brøkner PhD, Technical Manager, Hamlet Protein, Denmark The immaturity of the gastrointestinal system is the reason why a calf's transition to ruminant can be troublesome.From birth, calves have an esophageal groove, a muscular structure that shunts milk directly in...

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  • A. Danfær's research works

    A. Danfær's 41 research works with 852 citations and 5,797 reads, including: A dynamic growth model for prediction of nutrient partitioning and manure production in growing–finishing pigs ...

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  • Actifor® Boost and Actifor® Pro - Boosting milk yield in ...

    Feed efficiency in both large and small ruminant livestock production is a production priority challenging producers, nutritionists, and scientists all over the world.The rising global population comes with an increasing demand for food, especially protein sources such as meat and milk. In recent years the consumption of dairy products alone has increased by more than 2.5% per year globally.

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  • Hamlet Protein's Feed Your Brain seminars return to

    2021-10-18u2002·u2002Hamlet Protein recently relaunched its Feed Your Brain seminars in Germany. Two sessions were held, focusing on nutrition and health challenges in swine and ruminants (piglets and calves) and poultry (chicks). The seminars are a unique platform that …

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  • (PDF) Review of Strategies to Promote Rumen

    2019-7-26u2002·u2002The development of rumen in calves can directly a ff ect feed intake, nutrient digestibility and eventual growth of calves. Any changes in the early feeding regime. and nutrition can influence ...

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  • Label-free quantitative proteomics analysis reveals the ...

    2020-11-1u2002·u2002Although the colostrum contributes to passive immunity transfer and intestinal protection of the neonatal calves, little information is available regarding the changes in the digestion and absorption of colostral proteins in the neonatal calf intestine (Danielsen et al., 2011). Our results improve the understanding of how the time-dependent ...

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  • (PDF) Treatment of Calf Diarrhea: Oral Fluid Therapy

    Livestock products supply about 13 percent of energy and 28 percent of protein in diets consumed worldwide. Diarrhea is a leading cause of sickness and death of beef and dairy calves in their ...

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  • The Role of Polyphenols in Regulation of Heat Shock ...

    2021-9-6u2002·u2002The gastrointestinal system performs various functions such as digestion and absorption of nutrients, electrolyte balance, and secretion of digestive enzymes and acts as a barrier against detrimental molecules . Abrupt changes in the diet from milk to solids make pigs prone to …

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  • Coupling in vitro gastrointestinal lipolysis and Caco-2 ...

    Abstract. There is a growing interest in the optimization of dietary emulsions for monitoring postprandial lipid metabolism in the frame of preventing metabolic diseases. Using various emulsions, we investigated in a systematic scheme the combination of (i) in vitro gastrointestinal lipolysis and (ii) absorption and metabolism of lipolysis media in Caco-2 cells.

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  • N-Acetyl-D-glucosamine improves the intestinal

    2021-10-2u2002·u2002Early weaning in piglets can cause a series of negative effects. This causes serious losses to the livestock industry. N-Acetyl-D-glucosamine (D-GlcNAc) plays an important role in regulating the homeostasis of the intestine.This study aimed to investigate the effects of D-GlcNAc on the growth performance and intestinal function of weaned piglets.

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  • Low scouring in calves with specialty soy proteins

    2015-2-5u2002·u2002by Christine Brøkner PhD, Technical Manager, Hamlet Protein, Denmark The immaturity of the gastrointestinal system is the reason why a calf's transition to ruminant can be troublesome.From birth, calves have an esophageal groove, a muscular structure that shunts milk directly in...

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  • A. Danfær's research works

    A. Danfær's 41 research works with 852 citations and 5,797 reads, including: A dynamic growth model for prediction of nutrient partitioning and manure production in growing–finishing pigs ...

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  • Actifor® Boost and Actifor® Pro - Boosting milk yield in ...

    Feed efficiency in both large and small ruminant livestock production is a production priority challenging producers, nutritionists, and scientists all over the world.The rising global population comes with an increasing demand for food, especially protein sources such as meat and milk. In recent years the consumption of dairy products alone has increased by more than 2.5% per year globally.

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  • Hamlet Protein's Feed Your Brain seminars return to

    2021-10-18u2002·u2002Hamlet Protein recently relaunched its Feed Your Brain seminars in Germany. Two sessions were held, focusing on nutrition and health challenges in swine and ruminants (piglets and calves) and poultry (chicks). The seminars are a unique platform that …

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  • (PDF) Review of Strategies to Promote Rumen

    2019-7-26u2002·u2002The development of rumen in calves can directly a ff ect feed intake, nutrient digestibility and eventual growth of calves. Any changes in the early feeding regime. and nutrition can influence ...

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  • Label-free quantitative proteomics analysis reveals the ...

    2020-11-1u2002·u2002Although the colostrum contributes to passive immunity transfer and intestinal protection of the neonatal calves, little information is available regarding the changes in the digestion and absorption of colostral proteins in the neonatal calf intestine (Danielsen et al., 2011). Our results improve the understanding of how the time-dependent ...

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  • (PDF) Treatment of Calf Diarrhea: Oral Fluid Therapy

    Livestock products supply about 13 percent of energy and 28 percent of protein in diets consumed worldwide. Diarrhea is a leading cause of sickness and death of beef and dairy calves in their ...

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  • The Role of Polyphenols in Regulation of Heat Shock ...

    2021-9-6u2002·u2002The gastrointestinal system performs various functions such as digestion and absorption of nutrients, electrolyte balance, and secretion of digestive enzymes and acts as a barrier against detrimental molecules . Abrupt changes in the diet from milk to solids make pigs prone to …

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  • Coupling in vitro gastrointestinal lipolysis and Caco-2 ...

    Abstract. There is a growing interest in the optimization of dietary emulsions for monitoring postprandial lipid metabolism in the frame of preventing metabolic diseases. Using various emulsions, we investigated in a systematic scheme the combination of (i) in vitro gastrointestinal lipolysis and (ii) absorption and metabolism of lipolysis media in Caco-2 cells.

    Get Price
  • N-Acetyl-D-glucosamine improves the intestinal

    2021-10-2u2002·u2002Early weaning in piglets can cause a series of negative effects. This causes serious losses to the livestock industry. N-Acetyl-D-glucosamine (D-GlcNAc) plays an important role in regulating the homeostasis of the intestine.This study aimed to investigate the effects of D-GlcNAc on the growth performance and intestinal function of weaned piglets.

    Get Price
  • Low scouring in calves with specialty soy proteins

    2015-2-5u2002·u2002by Christine Brøkner PhD, Technical Manager, Hamlet Protein, Denmark The immaturity of the gastrointestinal system is the reason why a calf's transition to ruminant can be troublesome.From birth, calves have an esophageal groove, a muscular structure that shunts milk directly in...

    Get Price
  • A. Danfær's research works

    A. Danfær's 41 research works with 852 citations and 5,797 reads, including: A dynamic growth model for prediction of nutrient partitioning and manure production in growing–finishing pigs ...

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  • Actifor® Boost and Actifor® Pro - Boosting milk yield in ...

    Feed efficiency in both large and small ruminant livestock production is a production priority challenging producers, nutritionists, and scientists all over the world.The rising global population comes with an increasing demand for food, especially protein sources such as meat and milk. In recent years the consumption of dairy products alone has increased by more than 2.5% per year globally.

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  • Hamlet Protein's Feed Your Brain seminars return to

    2021-10-18u2002·u2002Hamlet Protein recently relaunched its Feed Your Brain seminars in Germany. Two sessions were held, focusing on nutrition and health challenges in swine and ruminants (piglets and calves) and poultry (chicks). The seminars are a unique platform that …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Review of Strategies to Promote Rumen

    2019-7-26u2002·u2002The development of rumen in calves can directly a ff ect feed intake, nutrient digestibility and eventual growth of calves. Any changes in the early feeding regime. and nutrition can influence ...

    Get Price
  • Label-free quantitative proteomics analysis reveals the ...

    2020-11-1u2002·u2002Although the colostrum contributes to passive immunity transfer and intestinal protection of the neonatal calves, little information is available regarding the changes in the digestion and absorption of colostral proteins in the neonatal calf intestine (Danielsen et al., 2011). Our results improve the understanding of how the time-dependent ...

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Treatment of Calf Diarrhea: Oral Fluid Therapy

    Livestock products supply about 13 percent of energy and 28 percent of protein in diets consumed worldwide. Diarrhea is a leading cause of sickness and death of beef and dairy calves in their ...

    Get Price
  • The Role of Polyphenols in Regulation of Heat Shock ...

    2021-9-6u2002·u2002The gastrointestinal system performs various functions such as digestion and absorption of nutrients, electrolyte balance, and secretion of digestive enzymes and acts as a barrier against detrimental molecules . Abrupt changes in the diet from milk to solids make pigs prone to …

    Get Price
  • Coupling in vitro gastrointestinal lipolysis and Caco-2 ...

    Abstract. There is a growing interest in the optimization of dietary emulsions for monitoring postprandial lipid metabolism in the frame of preventing metabolic diseases. Using various emulsions, we investigated in a systematic scheme the combination of (i) in vitro gastrointestinal lipolysis and (ii) absorption and metabolism of lipolysis media in Caco-2 cells.

    Get Price
  • N-Acetyl-D-glucosamine improves the intestinal

    2021-10-2u2002·u2002Early weaning in piglets can cause a series of negative effects. This causes serious losses to the livestock industry. N-Acetyl-D-glucosamine (D-GlcNAc) plays an important role in regulating the homeostasis of the intestine.This study aimed to investigate the effects of D-GlcNAc on the growth performance and intestinal function of weaned piglets.

    Get Price
  • Low scouring in calves with specialty soy proteins

    2015-2-5u2002·u2002by Christine Brøkner PhD, Technical Manager, Hamlet Protein, Denmark The immaturity of the gastrointestinal system is the reason why a calf's transition to ruminant can be troublesome.From birth, calves have an esophageal groove, a muscular structure that shunts milk directly in...

    Get Price
  • A. Danfær's research works

    A. Danfær's 41 research works with 852 citations and 5,797 reads, including: A dynamic growth model for prediction of nutrient partitioning and manure production in growing–finishing pigs ...

    Get Price
  • Actifor® Boost and Actifor® Pro - Boosting milk yield in ...

    Feed efficiency in both large and small ruminant livestock production is a production priority challenging producers, nutritionists, and scientists all over the world.The rising global population comes with an increasing demand for food, especially protein sources such as meat and milk. In recent years the consumption of dairy products alone has increased by more than 2.5% per year globally.

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  • Early Nutrition for Calves: How it works best Biochem

    Early Nutrition for Calves: How it works best. Optimizing the rearing of young animals has become increasingly important in recent years.High-quality and intensive rearing has proved to be the right approach for the development of healthy and high-performing ruminants.

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  • On Farm Solutions - EW Nutrition

    A high content of beta-carotene, vitamins, and trace elements. Supports the corpus luteum development, oestrus cycle, embryo transfer, colostrum quality, and sperm quality and shortens the calving intervals. Long-term bolus with constant release of the ingredients over 20 days. Available size: 8 x 95 g.

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  • Characterization of glycosphingolipids from ...

    2020-11-9u2002·u2002Gastrointestinal stromal tumours (GISTs) are the major nonepithelial neoplasms of the human gastrointestinal tract with a worldwide incidence between 11 …

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  • Effects of isovalerate supplementation on morphology and ...

    Furthermore, the increased villus height and crypt depth suggested that the digestion and absorption capacity of the small intestine was enhanced with isovalerate supplementation (Kreikemeier et al. Reference Kreikemeier, Harmon, Peters, Gross, Armendariz and Krehbiel 1990; Wang et al. Reference Wang, Xu, Wang, Yu, Yao, Zan and Yang 2009 ...

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  • (PDF) Perinatal nutrition of the calf and its consequences ...

    756 Asian-Aust. J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 22, No. 5 : 756 - 764 May 2009 www.ajas.info Perinatal Nutrition of the Calf and Its Consequences for Lifelong Productivity* P. C. Wynn1, **, H. M. Warriach1, 2, A. Morgan3, D. M. McGill1, S. Hanif1, 2, M. Sarwar4 A. Iqbal5, P. A. Sheehy3 and R. D. Bush3 1 EH Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation (Charles Sturt University and NSW Department of Primary ...

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  • Postbiotic L. plantarum RG14 improves ruminal epithelium ...

    2019-7-9u2002·u2002We investigate the effects of postbiotic Lactobacillus plantarum RG14 on gastrointestinal histology, haematology, mucosal IgA concentration, microbial population and mRNA expression related to ...

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  • Digestion of phosphatidylcholines, absorption, and ...

    1997-1-1u2002·u2002Digestion and absorption of phosphatidylcholine by Aeshna cyanea larvae were studied in vivo and in vitro with the isolated digestive juice and isolated midgut. The experiments were performed with stable ether analogues (1‐alkyl‐2‐acyl‐,1,2‐dialkyl phosphatidylcholine, and 1‐monoalkyl‐lysophosphati‐dylcholine), with radioactive 1,2‐diacylphosphatidylcholine alternatively ...

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  • The beneficial role of Probiotics in monogastric animal ...

    2015-5-18u2002·u2002The practice of probiotics in farm animals' health and production has increased significantly over the last 15 years. Probiotics are defined as live microorganisms that can confer a health benefit for the host when administered in appropriate and regular quantities. The isolation and identification of microorganisms is the first step in the selection of potential probiotics from gut, feces ...

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  • eFeedLink - EU 2003 Beef Exports Fell By More Than 20%

    2004-2-9u2002·u2002EU beef exports declined by more than 20% in 2003, mainly due to reduced exports from Germany and Ireland. Decline also resulted from import quotas in Russia and the high Euro/dollar exchange rate. Pig meat consumption increased in 2003 in response to lower prices, however, not as much as previously expected.

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  • Rumen - WikiMili, The Best Wikipedia Reader

    2021-9-27u2002·u2002The rumen, also known as a paunch, is the largest stomach compartment in ruminants and the larger part of the reticulorumen, which is the first chamber in the alimentary canal of ruminant animals. [1] The rumen's microbial favoring environment allows it to serve as the primary site for microbial fermentation of ingested feed. [1] The smaller part of the reticulorumen is the reticulum, which is ...

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  • Hydrophobically modified chitosan nanoliposomes for ...

    2018-9-27u2002·u2002Hydrophobically modified chitosan nanoliposomes for intestinal drug delivery M Gulrez Zariwala,1 Harshada Bendre,2 Anatoliy Markiv,3 Sebastien Farnaud,4 Derek Renshaw,4 Kevin MG Taylor,2 Satyanarayana Somavarapu2 1Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Westminster, London, UK; 2Department of Pharmaceutics, University College London School of …

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  • The bile acids, deoxycholic acid and ursodeoxycholic acid ...

    2018-3-8u2002·u2002The intestinal epithelium constitutes an innate barrier which, upon injury, undergoes self-repair processes known as restitution. Although bile acids are known as important regulators of epithelial function in health and disease, their effects on wound healing processes are not yet clear.

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  • Calf health from birth to weaning - an update

    2021-3-16u2002·u2002Research on calf health and welfare has intensified in the past decades. This is an update on a review series on calf health from birth to weaning published ten years ago. Good colostrum management is still recognised as the single most important factor to preventing calf morbidity and mortality, however, it is now known that immunoglobulins are only one of many …

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  • Raw bovine milk improves gut responses to feeding relative ...

    2014-1-1u2002·u2002preterm neonates have an immature intestine that exhibits compromised nutrient absorption, reduced intestinal barrier function, and suboptimal immune responses toward microbes and food antigens ().Consequently, preterm infants are very sensitive to enteral feeding and more prone to gastrointestinal complications, the most severe one of which is necrotizing enterocolitis …

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  • In Vitro Intestinal Uptake And Permeability Of ...

    Introduction. Oral administration remains the preferred route for drug delivery owing to its low invasiveness, high efficiency and increased patient compliance. 1 However, digestion through the gastro-intestinal tract and absorption in the small intestine constitute two obstacles that limit respectively the bioaccessibility and bioavailability of orally administered compounds. 2 Thus, …

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  • The beneficial role of Probiotics in monogastric animal ...

    2015-5-18u2002·u2002The practice of probiotics in farm animals' health and production has increased significantly over the last 15 years. Probiotics are defined as live microorganisms that can confer a health benefit for the host when administered in appropriate and regular quantities. The isolation and identification of microorganisms is the first step in the selection of potential probiotics from …

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  • Properties of a New Probiotic Candidate and Lactobacterin ...

    2020-3-25u2002·u2002Calf diarrhea is an important problem that can result in death and which leads to economic losses. Probiotics in the gastrointestinal tract can be effective for the prevention of diarrhea. In this study, some strains were isolated from traditional fermented dairy products (Shubat and Kumiss) and the feces of Holstein calves and heifers. Some probiotic properties were …

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  • Ages of weaning influence the gut microbiota diversity and ...

    2021-4-22u2002·u2002Abstract To study the effect of weaning age on the gut microbiota diversity in the lambs of Chongming white goats, fresh feces from the lambs weaned at 30, 45, and 60 days of age were collected 3 days after weaning at 33, 48, and 63 days of age, for microbial composition analysis by 16S rRNA sequencing. The serum concentrations of lipid metabolites were also …

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  • The role of roughage provision on the absorption and ...

    2018-12-10u2002·u2002A clinical case in Belgium demonstrated that feeding a feed concentrate containing considerable levels of deoxynivalenol (DON, 1.13 mg/kg feed) induced severe liver failure in 2- to 3-month-old beef calves. Symptoms disappeared by replacing the highly contaminated corn and by stimulating ruminal development via roughage administration. A multi-mycotoxin contamination …

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  • Incorporating Silages into Preweaned Dairy Calf Diets ...

    2021-9-3u2002·u2002Supplementing forage to preweaned calves has shown some positive effects, such as stabilization of the rumen environment, limiting abnormal behaviors, and increasing starter intake. However, dry forages can be limited and cost prohibitive in some areas of the world. Contrastingly, ensiled forages are commonly found on most dairy farms and are low cost. Therefore, the …

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