Casein infusion rate influences feed intake differently depending on metabolizable protein balance in dairy cows: A multilevel meta-analysis.

@article{Martineau2016CaseinIR,
  title={Casein infusion rate influences feed intake differently depending on metabolizable protein balance in dairy cows: A multilevel meta-analysis.},
  author={R. Martineau and D. Ouellet and E. Kebreab and H. Lapierre},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2016},
  volume={99 4},
  pages={
          2748-2761
        }
}
The effects of casein infusion have been investigated extensively in ruminant species. Its effect on responses in dry matter intake (DMI) has been reviewed and indicated no significant effect. The literature reviewed in the current meta-analysis is more extensive and limited to dairy cows fed ad libitum. A total of 51 studies were included in the meta-analysis and data were fitted to a multilevel model adjusting for the correlated nature of some studies. The effect size was the mean difference… Expand
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