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Relationships between visual obstruction measurements and weight of grassland vegetation.
As part of a long-term study of greater prairie chicken (Typanuchus cupido pinnatus) ecology in northeastern Kansas (Slade et al. 1965; Robe& 1966; Watt, 1969), an attempt was made to correlateExpand
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Prevention of lactic acidosis in cattle by lasalocid or monensin.
Intraruminal administration of lasalocid or monensin (1.3 mg/kg body weight) effectively prevented in glucose- or corn-induced lactic acidosis in cattle. Administering the antibiotics for 7 daysExpand
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Ammonia toxicity in cattle. I. Rumen and blood changes associated with toxicity and treatment methods.
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Effect of nicotinic acid on microbial protein synthesis in vitro and on dairy cattle growth and milk production.
The effect of nicotinic acid (niacin) on microbial fermentation was tested in vitro. Microbial protein synthesis was greater with niacin and soybean meal than with niacin and urea. Otherwise, in mostExpand
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Effect of nicotinic acid on rumen fermentation in vitro and in vivo.
A series of in vitro studies tested effects of nicotinic acid on rumen fermentation. Urea was the nitrogen supplement for all substances. As expected, a substrate of corn produced the most gas andExpand
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World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology (WAAVP) guidelines for evaluating the efficacy of anticoccidial drugs in chickens and turkeys.
These guidelines have been written to aid in the design, implementation and interpretation of studies for the assessment of drug efficacy against Eimeria species in chickens and turkeys. TheExpand
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Effect of lasalocid, monensin or thiopeptin on lactic acidosis in cattle.
Lasalocid, monensin or thiopeptin was administered intraruminally each at .33, .65 or 1.3 mg/kg body weight and evaluated for its effectiveness in preventing experimentally induced lactic acidosis inExpand
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Diaminopimelic Acid Content of Feeds and Rumen Bacteria and Its Usefulness as a Rumen Bacterial Marker
Abstract Several feeds were examined and most were devoid of diaminopimelic acid. Small amounts of diaminopimelic acid were in corn silage, sorghum silage, beet pulp, and two samples of alfalfa hay.Expand
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Effects of dietary protein concentration on lactating cows.
Abstract Eighteen Holstein cows were used for three consecutive lactations to compare 13, 15, and 17% protein rations. Cows were assigned to six 3×3 Latin squares. Each cow was fed individually andExpand
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