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  • Calf circumference is similarly associated with fat mass ...

    2019-12-18u2002·u2002Calf circumference (CC) is a low-cost, practical, fast, and non-invasive method to evaluate nutritional status [].CC has been used as a predictor of muscle mass, physical function, and sarcopenia in older adults [2,3,4], and it also seems to evaluate the risk of malnutrition in hospitalized individuals [].However, it is not well known whether CC is a good anthropometric parameter to predict ...

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  • Low calf circumference is associated with frailty in ...

    2020-10-19u2002·u2002The progressively decreased muscle mass and increased fat mass are various body compositional changes associated with aging . A study showed skeletal muscle mass (OR = 0.159, 95%CI 0.064–0.396) was a protective factor for frailty in 656 elder inpatients aged ≥65 . Calf circumference (CC) can reflect the skeletal muscle mass and is related ...

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  • Effects of fat inclusion in starter feeds for dairy calves ...

    2018-12-1u2002·u2002Delivering dietary fat by mixing an extruded high-fat pellet with a conventional highly fermentable pellet to reach a total fat content of 7% results in increased starter intake, energy intake, and body weight gain until 84 d of age compared with a conventional low-fat pellet, or a single pellet with increased fat content.

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  • α-Tocopherol and β-carotene concentrations in feed ...

    2018-2-1u2002·u2002A study of herd-level risk factors for calf mortality in large Swedish dairy herds showed low serum concentrations of α-tocopherol and β-carotene in 1–7 day old calves to be more common in high mortality herds. Therefore, we aimed to investigate if calf mortality risk at herd level is associated with concentrations of α-tocopherol and/or β-carotene at individual level in feed, colostrum ...

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  • Effect of calf stimulation during milking on milk yield ...

    2003-2-1u2002·u2002Stimulation of crossbred cows is used to increase fat content and yield of saleable milk and low milk intakes and LW gains may occur in low producing animals. This constraint can be overcome by not milking one teat, a common practice in some farms, and the higher saleable milk fat benefit content is still obtained. 5. Conclusions

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  • Weak Calf Syndrome - Veterinary Medicine Extension

    2018-6-26u2002·u2002cow taking a longer time to push the calf out during delivery, resulting in a weaker calf at birth. Such calves born in cold (less than 50F) and wet conditions may develop low body temperature and not have the energy to stand to suckle. Cow nutrition – Weak calf syndrome has been associated with low energy and protein nutrition in

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  • Colostrum Management and Factors Related to Poor Calf

    2017-6-12u2002·u2002in a low prevalence of FTP, while inadequate colostrum intake has been associated with increased calf morbidity, decreased growth rate and reduced milk production as 1st lactation heifers. Because colostrum quality is not routinely measured on-farm, the …

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  • Importance of early calf nutrition on its health ...

    2018-6-19u2002·u2002Once Calf enters in 4th day of birth, there is a switch over to either milk or Calf milk replacers (CMR). The superiority of whole milk over medium fat content Calf milk replacers is largely associated with the high amount of fat, which may be available in whole milk.

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  • Low calf circumference is associated with frailty in ...

    2020-10-19u2002·u2002The progressively decreased muscle mass and increased fat mass are various body compositional changes associated with aging . A study showed skeletal muscle mass (OR = 0.159, 95%CI 0.064–0.396) was a protective factor for frailty in 656 elder inpatients aged ≥65 . Calf circumference (CC) can reflect the skeletal muscle mass and is related ...

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  • Exercise-induced calf muscle hyperemia: quantitative ...

    2019-1-8u2002·u2002Peripheral artery disease (PAD) in the lower extremities often leads to intermittent claudication. In the present study, we proposed a low-dose DCE MRI protocol for quantifying calf muscle perfusion stimulated with plantar flexion and multiple new metrics for interpreting perfusion maps, including the ratio of gastrocnemius over soleus perfusion (G/S; for assessing the vascular …

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  • Impact of Fat-Free Adipose Tissue on the Prevalence of Low ...

    2019-10-10u2002·u2002Previous studies proposed calf circumference cutoff values for predicting dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA)-derived low muscle mass. However, DXA-derived appendicular lean mass (aLM) includes non-skeletal muscle components such as the appendicular fat-free component of adipose tissue fat cells (aFFAT). The purpose of this study was to compare the calf …

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  • Effects of fat inclusion in starter feeds for dairy calves ...

    2018-12-1u2002·u2002Delivering dietary fat by mixing an extruded high-fat pellet with a conventional highly fermentable pellet to reach a total fat content of 7% results in increased starter intake, energy intake, and body weight gain until 84 d of age compared with a conventional low-fat pellet, or a single pellet with increased fat content.

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  • Denervation pseudohypertrophy of calf muscles associated ...

    Denervation pseudoh ypertrophy of the calf muscles is a. rare cause of unilateral calf enlargement and is usually. overlooked. Denervation pseudohypertrophy is c haracterized by muscle ...

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  • Factors associated with dairy calf health in automated ...

    2017-7-1u2002·u2002We found a relationship between the farm-average fat content of the milk and calf health, whereby each additional percentage point of fat content was associated with a 62.4% increase in the odds of a high eye score (P = 0.006). However, farm-average fat content was not associated with other health score measures.

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  • Effect of calf stimulation during milking on milk yield ...

    2003-2-1u2002·u2002Stimulation of crossbred cows is used to increase fat content and yield of saleable milk and low milk intakes and LW gains may occur in low producing animals. This constraint can be overcome by not milking one teat, a common practice in some farms, and the higher saleable milk fat benefit content is still obtained. 5. Conclusions

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  • Live body weight of calves (kg)

    The lower machine milk yield and fat content indicates a disturbed alveolar milk ejection in both groups with calf-contact. This, however, did not negatively affect parameters of udder health.

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  • Importance of early calf nutrition on its health ...

    2018-6-19u2002·u2002Once Calf enters in 4th day of birth, there is a switch over to either milk or Calf milk replacers (CMR). The superiority of whole milk over medium fat content Calf milk replacers is largely associated with the high amount of fat, which may be available in whole milk.

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  • Understanding the fat in your calf milk replacer ...

    2013-4-30u2002·u2002Cow's milk contains approximately 3.5 percent of lauric acid (C12), the chain most commonly found in coconut oil. In fact, cow's milk generally contains between 8 to 12 percent of medium-chain fatty acids and 4 percent of short-chain fatty acids as a percentage of the total fat content.

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  • Impact of Fat-Free Adipose Tissue on the Prevalence of

    2019-10-10u2002·u2002Previous studies proposed calf circumference cutoff values for predicting dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA)-derived low muscle mass. However, DXA-derived appendicular lean mass (aLM) includes non-skeletal muscle components such as the appendicular fat-free component of adipose tissue fat cells (aFFAT). The purpose of this study was to compare the calf circumference method of ...

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  • Body Condition, Nutrition and Reproduction of Beef Cows

    2021-6-29u2002·u2002and wean a calf increase the cost per pound of calf produced by the herd. Reasons for cows failing to calve on a 12-month schedule include disease, harsh weather and low fertility in herd sires. Most repro-ductive failures in the beef female can be attributed to improper nutrition and thin body condition. Without adequate body fat, cows will ...

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  • Feeding the Dairy Cow - Teagasc

    2021-2-10u2002·u2002from her fat reserves ('off her back') to make up the energy deficit for several weeks. However, if the cow loses too much body condition in early lactation, it can reduce her chances of getting back in calf again. Cows calving onto a grass-based diet will eat a total dry matter intake (DMI) of 8-10kg DM (grass + concentrates) in

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  • Formulating dairy cow rations - University of Minnesota

    2021-11-5u2002·u2002Low milk production, cows not peaking. Dry matter intake lower than expected. High milk fat percent. Early lactation cows fed too high forage and low energy of rations may be more prone to ketosis and have rapid body weight loss. A deficiency of fiber can result in: Acidosis, cows going off-feed and fluctuating dry matter intake. Low milk fat ...

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  • Dairy production and products: Milk composition

    Cow milk: Fat constitutes approximately 3 to 4 percent of the solid content of cow milk, protein about 3.5 percent and lactose 5 percent, but the gross chemical composition of cow milk varies depending on the breed. For example, the fat content is usually higher in Bos indicus than B. taurus cattle.

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  • Cattle Types and Breeds Characteristics and Uses

    2017-12-5u2002·u2002low-quality forage. Heat with humidity stresses cattle that fail to shed long, thick hair coats, particularly dark-colored ones. As might be expected, animals tolerant to hot cli-mates are less adapted to cold. Fleshing ability is the body's capacity to fatten and …

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  • Nutrition in Rabbit Meat

    2019-4-16u2002·u2002The fat content of rabbit meat is fairly low in comparison to other proteins, making it a lean meat. In fact, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, rabbit meat has one of the lowest fat amounts and highest protein amounts of many typically consumed meats. However, the amount of fat in rabbit meat can be ...

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  • 11 Types of Steak and Their Nutrition Facts - Nutrition ...

    2018-11-6u2002·u2002211 kcal. Fat: 11.1 g. Protein: 26 g. Tenderness Level: 6/10. As shown in the table, tri-tip is quite low in fat compared to some cuts of steak, and it contains around 11 grams of fat ( 3 ). Despite the low fat content, tri-tip is still reasonably tender.

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  • Milk composition and microbiology - Milk composition

    2021-9-17u2002·u2002Milk contains the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K in association with the fat fraction and water-soluble vitamins B complex and C in association with the water phase. Vitamins are unstable and processing can therefore reduce the effective vitamin content of milk.

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  • What Meats Are High in Protein and Low in Calories ...

    The leanest cuts of beef are eye of round, sirloin tip, top round, bottom round and top sirloin. To make sure they are the lowest in calorie, have the butcher trim them to zero percent fat. These cuts offer about 47 to 60 calories and about 8 g protein per ounce. Compare this to boneless, skinless chicken breast with 8 g protein and 40 calories ...

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  • Impact of Fat-Free Adipose Tissue on the Prevalence of

    2019-10-10u2002·u2002Previous studies proposed calf circumference cutoff values for predicting dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA)-derived low muscle mass. However, DXA-derived appendicular lean mass (aLM) includes non-skeletal muscle components such as the appendicular fat-free component of adipose tissue fat cells (aFFAT). The purpose of this study was to compare the calf circumference method of ...

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  • Factors associated with dairy calf health in automated ...

    2017-7-1u2002·u2002We found a relationship between the farm-average fat content of the milk and calf health, whereby each additional percentage point of fat content was associated with a 62.4% increase in the odds of a high eye score (P = 0.006). However, farm-average fat content was not associated with other health score measures.

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  • Effects of protein and fat concentration in coproduct ...

    A fat × day interaction (P < 0.01) occurred for the expression of adiponectin receptor 2 and CCAAT/enhancer binding protein alpha, resulting in a carryover effect wherein low-fat diets fed during the growing phase increased expression of both genes at the end of the finishing phase (d 224).

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  • Calf Feeding - an overview

    The digestive system of the calf is not able to utilize efficiently many plant protein sources during the first 3 weeks of life. Often plant protein sources are not completely digested and may result in increased fluidity of faeces and poor growth rates. When choosing a …

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  • Body Condition, Nutrition and Reproduction of Beef Cows

    2021-6-29u2002·u2002and wean a calf increase the cost per pound of calf produced by the herd. Reasons for cows failing to calve on a 12-month schedule include disease, harsh weather and low fertility in herd sires. Most repro-ductive failures in the beef female can be attributed to improper nutrition and thin body condition. Without adequate body fat, cows will ...

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  • Calf Success: Milk Replacer Ingredients and Additives ...

    2021-10-19u2002·u2002Calf milk replacers vary not only in their protein and fat ratios but also in the type and quality of the proteins and fats used. Additionally, different additives and medications can be brought into the calf milk replacer formula to fit the specific needs and goals of each calf-raising operation, making milk replacers a valuable and highly ...

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  • Colostrum Management and Factors Related to Poor Calf

    2017-6-12u2002·u2002in a low prevalence of FTP, while inadequate colostrum intake has been associated with increased calf morbidity, decreased growth rate and reduced milk production as 1st lactation heifers. Because colostrum quality is not routinely measured on-farm, the …

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  • Comparison of clinical semi-quantitative assessment of ...

    2012-3-13u2002·u2002Objective The goal of this study was to compare the semi-quantitative Goutallier classification for fat infiltration with quantitative fat-fraction derived from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) chemical shift-based water/fat separation technique. Methods Sixty-two women (age 61 ± 6 years), 27 of whom had diabetes, underwent MRI of the calf using a T1-weighted fast spin-echo sequence and a ...

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  • COMMON DISEASES IN DAIRY CATTLE - JICA

    2012-9-18u2002·u2002White diarrhea attaching to tail and legs Severely depressed calf because of diarrhea 8.2. ASCARID a. Symptom - Bellyache: the calf lies on her back, the rear legs kick into her belly and move like swimming. - Sluggish action, glassy, lowered head, curved back, enlarged abdomen, low appetite and laying still. - Diarrhea

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  • Effects on milk quantity and composition associated with ...

    2019-11-26u2002·u2002In a linear dose-response relationship, every 100 g increase in exposure to EL was associated with an increased milk yield from 0.11 to 0.14 kg/day, decreased milk fat from 0.06 to …

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  • Impact of Fat-Free Adipose Tissue on the Prevalence of Low ...

    2019-10-10u2002·u2002Previous studies proposed calf circumference cutoff values for predicting dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA)-derived low muscle mass. However, DXA-derived appendicular lean mass (aLM) includes non-skeletal muscle components such as the appendicular fat-free component of adipose tissue fat cells (aFFAT). The purpose of this study was to compare the calf …

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  • Factors associated with dairy calf health in automated ...

    2017-7-1u2002·u2002We found a relationship between the farm-average fat content of the milk and calf health, whereby each additional percentage point of fat content was associated with a 62.4% increase in the odds of a high eye score (P = 0.006). However, farm-average fat content was not associated with other health score measures.

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  • Effects of protein and fat concentration in coproduct ...

    A fat × day interaction (P < 0.01) occurred for the expression of adiponectin receptor 2 and CCAAT/enhancer binding protein alpha, resulting in a carryover effect wherein low-fat diets fed during the growing phase increased expression of both genes at …

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  • Calf Feeding - an overview

    The digestive system of the calf is not able to utilize efficiently many plant protein sources during the first 3 weeks of life. Often plant protein sources are not completely digested and may result in increased fluidity of faeces and poor growth rates. When choosing a milk replacer, producers should also consider fat content.

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  • Body Condition, Nutrition and Reproduction of Beef Cows

    2021-6-29u2002·u2002and wean a calf increase the cost per pound of calf produced by the herd. Reasons for cows failing to calve on a 12-month schedule include disease, harsh weather and low fertility in herd sires. Most repro-ductive failures in the beef female can be attributed to improper nutrition and thin body condition. Without adequate body fat, cows will ...

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  • Calf Success: Milk Replacer Ingredients and Additives ...

    2021-10-19u2002·u2002Calf milk replacers vary not only in their protein and fat ratios but also in the type and quality of the proteins and fats used. Additionally, different additives and medications can be brought into the calf milk replacer formula to fit the specific needs and goals of each calf-raising operation, making milk replacers a valuable and highly ...

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  • Colostrum Management and Factors Related to Poor Calf

    2017-6-12u2002·u2002in a low prevalence of FTP, while inadequate colostrum intake has been associated with increased calf morbidity, decreased growth rate and reduced milk production as 1st lactation heifers. Because colostrum quality is not routinely measured on-farm, the current recommendation is to feed Holstein

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  • Comparison of clinical semi-quantitative assessment of ...

    2012-3-13u2002·u2002Objective The goal of this study was to compare the semi-quantitative Goutallier classification for fat infiltration with quantitative fat-fraction derived from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) chemical shift-based water/fat separation technique. Methods Sixty-two women (age 61 ± 6 years), 27 of whom had diabetes, underwent MRI of the calf using a T1-weighted fast spin …

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  • COMMON DISEASES IN DAIRY CATTLE - JICA

    2012-9-18u2002·u2002White diarrhea attaching to tail and legs Severely depressed calf because of diarrhea 8.2. ASCARID a. Symptom - Bellyache: the calf lies on her back, the rear legs kick into her belly and move like swimming. - Sluggish action, glassy, lowered head, curved back, enlarged abdomen, low appetite and laying still. - Diarrhea

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  • Effects on milk quantity and composition associated with ...

    2019-11-26u2002·u2002In a linear dose-response relationship, every 100 g increase in exposure to EL was associated with an increased milk yield from 0.11 to 0.14 …

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  • Impact of Fat-Free Adipose Tissue on the Prevalence of Low ...

    2019-10-10u2002·u2002Previous studies proposed calf circumference cutoff values for predicting dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA)-derived low muscle mass. However, DXA-derived appendicular lean mass (aLM) includes non-skeletal muscle components such as the appendicular fat-free component of adipose tissue fat cells (aFFAT). The purpose of this study was to compare the calf …

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  • Factors associated with dairy calf health in automated ...

    2017-7-1u2002·u2002We found a relationship between the farm-average fat content of the milk and calf health, whereby each additional percentage point of fat content was associated with a 62.4% increase in the odds of a high eye score (P = 0.006). However, farm-average fat content was not associated with other health score measures.

    Get Price
  • Effects of protein and fat concentration in coproduct ...

    A fat × day interaction (P < 0.01) occurred for the expression of adiponectin receptor 2 and CCAAT/enhancer binding protein alpha, resulting in a carryover effect wherein low-fat diets fed during the growing phase increased expression of both genes at …

    Get Price
  • Calf Feeding - an overview

    The digestive system of the calf is not able to utilize efficiently many plant protein sources during the first 3 weeks of life. Often plant protein sources are not completely digested and may result in increased fluidity of faeces and poor growth rates. When choosing a milk replacer, producers should also consider fat content.

    Get Price
  • Body Condition, Nutrition and Reproduction of Beef Cows

    2021-6-29u2002·u2002and wean a calf increase the cost per pound of calf produced by the herd. Reasons for cows failing to calve on a 12-month schedule include disease, harsh weather and low fertility in herd sires. Most repro-ductive failures in the beef female can be attributed to improper nutrition and thin body condition. Without adequate body fat, cows will ...

    Get Price
  • Calf Success: Milk Replacer Ingredients and Additives ...

    2021-10-19u2002·u2002Calf milk replacers vary not only in their protein and fat ratios but also in the type and quality of the proteins and fats used. Additionally, different additives and medications can be brought into the calf milk replacer formula to fit the specific needs and goals of each calf-raising operation, making milk replacers a valuable and highly ...

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  • Colostrum Management and Factors Related to Poor Calf

    2017-6-12u2002·u2002in a low prevalence of FTP, while inadequate colostrum intake has been associated with increased calf morbidity, decreased growth rate and reduced milk production as 1st lactation heifers. Because colostrum quality is not routinely measured on-farm, the current recommendation is to feed Holstein

    Get Price
  • Comparison of clinical semi-quantitative assessment of ...

    2012-3-13u2002·u2002Objective The goal of this study was to compare the semi-quantitative Goutallier classification for fat infiltration with quantitative fat-fraction derived from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) chemical shift-based water/fat separation technique. Methods Sixty-two women (age 61 ± 6 years), 27 of whom had diabetes, underwent MRI of the calf using a T1-weighted fast spin …

    Get Price
  • COMMON DISEASES IN DAIRY CATTLE - JICA

    2012-9-18u2002·u2002White diarrhea attaching to tail and legs Severely depressed calf because of diarrhea 8.2. ASCARID a. Symptom - Bellyache: the calf lies on her back, the rear legs kick into her belly and move like swimming. - Sluggish action, glassy, lowered head, curved back, enlarged abdomen, low appetite and laying still. - Diarrhea

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  • Effects on milk quantity and composition associated with ...

    2019-11-26u2002·u2002In a linear dose-response relationship, every 100 g increase in exposure to EL was associated with an increased milk yield from 0.11 to 0.14 kg/day, decreased milk fat …

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