A field trial on the effect of propylene glycol on displaced abomasum, removal from herd, and reproduction in fresh cows diagnosed with subclinical ketosis.

@article{McArt2012AFT,
  title={A field trial on the effect of propylene glycol on displaced abomasum, removal from herd, and reproduction in fresh cows diagnosed with subclinical ketosis.},
  author={Jessica A. A. McArt and Daryl V. Nydam and Garrett R. Oetzel},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2012},
  volume={95 5},
  pages={
          2505-12
        }
}
  • Jessica A. A. McArt, Daryl V. Nydam, Garrett R. Oetzel
  • Published in Journal of dairy science 2012
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The purpose was to determine the effect of oral propylene glycol (PG) administration in fresh cows diagnosed with subclinical ketosis (SCK). Measured outcomes were development of displaced abomasum (DA) and removal from herd in the first 30 d in milk (DIM), conception to first service, and time to conception within 150 DIM. Cows from 4 freestall dairy herds (2 in New York and 2 in Wisconsin) were each tested 6 times for SCK from 3 to 16 DIM on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays using the… CONTINUE READING

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