A comparison of methods of adding fibrolytic enzymes to lactating cow diets.

@article{Yang2000ACO,
  title={A comparison of methods of adding fibrolytic enzymes to lactating cow diets.},
  author={W. Yang and K. Beauchemin and L. Rode},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2000},
  volume={83 11},
  pages={
          2512-20
        }
}
Holstein cows (n = 43) in early lactation were used to investigate effects of method of adding fibrolytic enzymes to diets on feed intake, milk production, and digestibility. Cows were blocked according to parity and calving date and randomly assigned to three treatments: control, enzymes applied to the total mixed ration (E-TMR), or enzymes added to the barley-based concentrate (E-Conc). The enzyme product used was a proprietary blend that contained relatively high xylanase and low cellulase… Expand
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