Relationships between feeding behaviour and feed intake in dairy cows during early lactation

@inproceedings{Azizi2008RelationshipsBF,
  title={Relationships between feeding behaviour and feed intake in dairy cows during early lactation},
  author={Osman Azizi},
  year={2008}
}
VII CHAPTER 1: Introduction 1 CHAPTER 2: Background 3 2.1 Feed intake in transition period 5 2.2 Regulation of feed intake 7 2.3 Feeding behaviour 14 2.4 Measuring of feeding behaviour 16 2.5 Physiological changes and metabolic disorders during transition period and early lactation 22 2.6 Sensor-based monitoring of feeding behaviour and feed intake as well as metabolic-related production diseases 27 CHAPTER 3: General material and methods 31 3.1 Animals, housing and feeding 31 3.2 Measurements… CONTINUE READING

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