Small increases in peripheral noradrenaline inhibit the milk-ejection response by means of a peripheral mechanism.


The effects of exogenous noradrenaline on the milk-ejection response were determined for nine Holstein cows. Noradrenaline was injected (0.95 nmol/kg) 15 s after the start of teat stimulation (preparation) or infused (0.13 nmol/kg per min, after bolus injection of 0.47 nmol/kg) starting 10 min before milking for 20 min. Cows were prepared (udder wash and… (More)


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