Nutrition during the dry period and hepatic lipid metabolism of periparturient dairy cows.

@article{Grum1996NutritionDT,
  title={Nutrition during the dry period and hepatic lipid metabolism of periparturient dairy cows.},
  author={D. Grum and J. Drackley and R. Younker and D. W. Lacount and J. Veenhuizen},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={1996},
  volume={79 10},
  pages={
          1850-64
        }
}
From dry-off until 7 d before expected parturition date, 30 Holstein cows were fed a low energy diet (control) to maintain body condition or high energy diets (high fat or isocaloric high grain) to attempt to increase body condition. After parturition, all cows were fed a common lactation diet. Body condition was unchanged for cows fed control or high grain diets, but was decreased for cows fed the high fat diet because DMI was decreased. Cows fed the high fat diet during the dry period had… Expand
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