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Genome wide association study in beef‑suckler and dairy calves

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Calves with lower concentrations of immunoglobulin G (IgG) in their blood, have a greater risk of developing diseases. Therefore, the objective of this study was to identify SNP markers associated with passive immunity measures.
by Dayle Johnston on 04.11.2020
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The Effect of Beef Production System of Holstein Bulls

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Dairy-origin beef accounts for a considerable proportion of the prime beef supply. Yet, the beef production potential of dairy bred calves is declining following years of single trait selection for attributes such as milk yield.
by Naomi H. Rutherford on 21.09.2020
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Hypernatremia in diarrheic calves associated with the form of administration of OES

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Exposing the risks associated with the administration of oral electrolyte solutions simultaneously in milk replacers and water in absence of access to drinking water.
by Juliette N. Wilms on 30.06.2020
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Tonicity of oral rehydration solutions in diarrheic calves

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Oral rehydration solutions (ORS) mitigates the severity of dehydration and metabolic acidosis in diarrheic calves, and this study determines the efects of ORS tonicity on water, mineral and acid–base balance.
by Juliette N. Wilms on 23.05.2020
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Effects of plane of milk-replacer on Holstein bull calves

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Determining the effects of an increased plane of nutrition can help establish recommendations for feeding to increase measures of gain and animal health without compromising normal calf behavior.
by K. P. Sharon on 30.04.2020
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Urea supplementation for cattle fed low-quality tropical forage

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Evaluation of differences between the supplementation or infusion of urea in rumen and/or abomasum on forage digestion, N metabolism, urea kinetics and ruminal urea transporters in cattle fed a low-quality tropical forage.
by Cristhiane V. R. de Oliveira on 28.04.2020
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Abomasal emptying rate of diarrhoeic and healthy suckling calves fed with oral rehydration solutions

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Comparison of the abomasal emptying rate by an acetaminophen absorption test in healthy and diarrhoeic calves fed with and without ORS.
by Thomas Hildebrandt on 13.01.2020
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Post‐ruminal non‐protein nitrogen supplementation

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This study reveals how the site of delivery in the gastrointestinal tract has implications on nitrogen utilization
by Isabela Carvalho on 23.09.2019
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Improving nitrogen efficiency in cattle

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In ruminants, optimizing N and protein efficiency is about minimizing losses of N in the rumen, and there are several roads to do so.
by L. Vandaele on 10.09.2019
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Performance of crossbred beef x Holstein v/s purebred Holstein in an organic production system

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In this paper, the effect of a prototype concept for efficient production of organic beef from young cattle of dairy origin is presented.
by M. Vestergaarda on 31.05.2019
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Performance, carcass traits and meat quality

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Growth, feeding efficiency, carcass traits, and meat quality were examined in four cattle breeds differing by age at maturity and purpose of production.
by Daniel Bureš on 17.08.2018
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Health standards through economic optimisation: Colostrum management

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The evaluation of the profitability of farm colostrum management and the definition of the optimal economic situations for given livestock systems and farm situations.
by Didier Raboisson on 16.05.2018
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Effect of CP in diet on urea kinetics and recycling

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In cattle systems, many farmers utilize feeding models to estimate protein requirements. However, most models recognize the importance of urea nitrogen (N) recycling in the rumen, but not all account for it.
by E. D. Batista on 10.01.2017
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Nitrogen recycling through the gut and the nitrogen economy of ruminants

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Reviewing the quantification and regulation of non-protein Nitrogen flux between the gastrointestinal tract and body of ruminants.
by C. K. Reynolds on 16.10.2007
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Effects of water quality on cattle performance

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Study of the effects of water source on cattle production and behaviour, determineing the impact of selected constituents, and fecal contamination on water consumption.
by Walter D. Willms on 30.09.2002
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