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  • IMPORTANCE OF IMMUNE FUNCTION FOR OPTIMAL REPRODUCTION OF DAIRY COWS 

    Hansen, P. J. (2017-10-17)
    This presentation will focus on the importance of healthy immune function for optimal reproduction in dairy cows.
  • IMMUNITY, INFLAMMATION, AND THE TRANSITION COW 

    Bradford, B. J. (2017-10-17)
    This presentation will focus on the underlying changes in immune function that are apparent in transition dairy cattle, how inflammatory signaling is involved, and what we know about how and if we should attempt to alter ...
  • Feeding the Fresh Cow: Fiber Considerations 

    LaCount, S. E.; Van Amburgh, M. E.; Overton, T. R. (2017-10-19)
    Finding the right balance of fiber and energy in a fresh cow ration can be challenging to both keep the rumen healthy while also optimizing production. This talk will be focused on investigating the effects of fiber ...
  • Fiber is Complicated 

    Tylutki, T. P. (2017-10-19)
    Fiber is complicated! We will take a look at aNDF, aNDFom, NDFD, uNDFom and other nutrient parameters as it relates to updated biology in rumen models and its practical applications in the field.
  • It’s the Combination: Scientific Data Review of the First Corn Silage to Bring Together Fiber and Starch Digestibility 

    Grant, R. J.; Remick, E. M.; Fredin, S. M.; Cotanch, K. W.; Dann, H. M.; Ballard, C. S.; Brouillette, J. P. (2017-10-19)
    A recent study compared a newly developed brown midrib 3 corn silage with floury endosperm to a conventional corn silage and a brown midrib 3 corn silage for high-producing Holstein cows. The combination of greater rumen ...

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