D M Barbano

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Milk component analysis is relatively unusual in the field of quantitative analytical chemistry because an analytical test result determines the allocation of very large amounts of money between buyers and sellers of milk. Therefore, there is high incentive to develop and refine these methods to achieve a level of analytical performance rarely demanded of(More)
Continuous milking (CM) of bST-supplemented primiparous cows results in production losses of 20 to 25%, suggesting mammary growth was inhibited. We hypothesized continuous (throughout late gestation and early lactation) bST supplementation and/or early-lactation increased milking frequency (IMF) would alleviate production losses in CM glands through(More)
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