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Transition Diseases in Grazing Dairy Cows Are Related to Serum Cholesterol and Other Analytes
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Lower postpartum cholesterol in cows was associated with developing severe metritis or having more than one clinical disease after calving and lower cholesterol concentrations were associated with occurrence of clinical postpatum disorders. Expand
The use of eugenol against Aeromonas hydrophila and its effect on hematological and immunological parameters in silver catfish (Rhamdia quelen).
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Eugenol can be used to treat or prevent bacterial diseases in fish, and in vivo, at a subinhibitory concentration (10 mg L(-1), it promoted survival in infected silver catfish. Expand
Metabolic predictors of peri-partum diseases and their association with parity in dairy cows.
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A different evolution of metabolic profiles in healthy and sick cows during the transition according to parity is shown, pointing out albumin and cholesterol as diseases predictors before calving. Expand
Non-protein nitrogen supplementation increases gluconeogenic capacity in sheep
Abstract The effect of non-protein nitrogen (NPN) supplementation on the gluconeogenic capacity of sheep was investigated. Three groups of six sheep each, control, moderate (MN=0.55 g N/kg 0.75 /d)Expand
Milk composition of Holstein cows: a retrospective study
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Winter was the season with the highest milk yield and the highest protein and lactose content and milk fat was highest in the fall, in cows in late lactation and also in primiparous cows. Expand
Variation of cow’s milk composition across different daily milking sessions and feasibility of using a composite sampling
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The collection of proportional and composite samples is recommended in twice or thrice daily milking sessions so that the analysis of milk components becomes more easy and cheap. Expand
Effect of increasing pasture allowance and grass silage on animal performance, grazing behaviour and rumen fermentation parameters of dairy cows in early lactation during autumn
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Rumen ammonia and total volatile fatty acid concentrations were not significantly affected by increasing pasture allowance or increasing grass silage supplementation, and this value, the lowest measured, is below the range recommended for optimal microbial growth. Expand
Metabolic profile in Chilota lambs grazing Calafatal
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Chilota lambs grazing naturalized pasture, which had higher contents of crude protein and metabolizable energy, showed better metabolic balance, but not performance, than Chilota and Suffolk Down lambbs grazing Calafatal. Expand
Effect of different levels of total dietary fiber on the performance of sows in gestation and lactation
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The effect of variation in the amount of total dietary fiber in sow diets, provided from 74 to 114 days of gestation, on the digestibility of nutrients and energy during gestation, as well as productivity and metabolism during gestation and lactation is evaluated. Expand
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