Journal of Dairy Science
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Supplementation of nicotinic acid to prepartum Holstein cows increases colostral immunoglobulin G, excretion of urinary purine derivatives, and feed efficiency in calves.
Symposium review: Comparisons of feed and milk nitrogen efficiency and carbon emissions in organic versus conventional dairy production systems.
Symposium review: Colostrum management and calf nutrition for profitable and sustainable dairy farms.
Production, milk iodine, and nutrient utilization in Jersey cows supplemented with the brown seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum (kelp meal) during the grazing season.
Incremental amounts of rumen-protected histidine increase plasma and muscle histidine concentrations and milk protein yield in dairy cows fed a metabolizable protein-deficient diet.
Supplementation of sodium butyrate to postweaned heifer diets: Effects on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, and health.
Production, milk fatty acid profile, and nutrient utilization in grazing dairy cows supplemented with ground flaxseed.
Production, milk and plasma fatty acid profile, and nutrient utilization in Jersey cows fed flaxseed oil and corn grain with different particle size.
Replacing ground corn with incremental amounts of liquid molasses does not change milk enterolactone but decreases production in dairy cows fed flaxseed meal.
The plasma free amino acid dose-response technique: A proposed methodology for determining lysine relative bioavailability of rumen-protected lysine supplements.
Production performance and milk fatty acid profile in grazing dairy cows offered ground corn or liquid molasses as the sole supplemental nonstructural carbohydrate source.
Short communication: The mammalian lignan enterolactone is absorbed by newborn dairy calves fed enterolactone-enriched milk.
Short communication: Verifying Holstein heifer heart girth to body weight prediction equations.
Production and nitrogen utilization in lactating dairy cows fed ground field peas with or without ruminally protected lysine and methionine.
Technical note: Evaluating nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy for determining body composition in Holstein dairy calves using deuterium oxide dilution methods.
Effects of cinnamaldehyde or monensin on performance of weaned Holstein dairy heifers.
Nitrogen utilization, preweaning nutrient digestibility, and growth effects of Holstein dairy calves fed 2 amounts of a moderately high protein or conventional milk replacer.
Performance of Holstein calves fed whole milk with or without kefir.
Predicting colostrum quality from performance in the previous lactation and environmental changes.
Prepartum supplementation of nicotinic acid: Effects on health of the dam, colostrum quality, and acquisition of immunity in the calf.
Short communication: Cinnamaldehyde taste preferences of weaned dairy heifers.
Effect of milk replacer program on calf performance and digestion of nutrients with age of the dairy calf.
Effects of human visitation on calf growth and performance of calves fed different milk replacer feeding levels.
Integrating spot short-term measurements of carbon emissions and backward dietary energy partition calculations to estimate intake in lactating dairy cows fed ad libitum or restricted.
Short communication: Feeding red clover cut in the afternoon or morning to late-lactation dairy cows.
Incremental amounts of ground flaxseed decrease milk yield but increase n-3 fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acids in dairy cows fed high-forage diets(1).
Short communication: Use of a portable, automated, open-circuit gas quantification system and the sulfur hexafluoride tracer technique for measuring enteric methane emissions in Holstein cows fed ad libitum or restricted.
Incremental amounts of Ascophyllum nodosum meal do not improve animal performance but do increase milk iodine output in early lactation dairy cows fed high-forage diets.
Interactions of corn meal or molasses with a soybean-sunflower meal mix or flaxseed meal on production, milk fatty acid composition, and nutrient utilization in dairy cows fed grass hay-based diets.
Colostrum replacer feeding regimen, addition of sodium bicarbonate, and milk replacer: the combined effects on absorptive efficiency of immunoglobulin G in neonatal calves.
Effects of lasalocid and intermittent feeding of chlortetracycline on the growth of prepubertal dairy heifers.
Evaluation of the Brix refractometer to estimate immunoglobulin G concentration in bovine colostrum.
Short communication: addition of sodium bicarbonate to maternal colostrum: effects on immunoglobulin G absorption and hematocrit in neonatal calves.
Addition of sodium bicarbonate to either 1 or 2 feedings of colostrum replacer: effect on uptake and rate of absorption of immunoglobulin G in neonatal calves.
Short communication: Kelp taste preferences by dairy calves.
Short communication: Addition of varying amounts of sodium bicarbonate to colostrum replacer: effects on immunoglobulin G absorption and serum bicarbonate in neonatal calves.
Maximizing profit on New England organic dairy farms: an economic comparison of 4 total mixed rations for organic Holsteins and Jerseys.
Short communication: Rapid antibiotic screening tests detect antibiotic residues in powdered milk products.
Anionic salts in the prepartum diet and addition of sodium bicarbonate to colostrum replacer, and their effects on immunoglobulin G absorption in the neonate.
Intestinal digestibility of amino acids in rumen-undegraded protein estimated using a precision-fed cecectomized rooster bioassay: II. Distillers dried grains with solubles and fish meal.
Effects of providing two forms of supplemental methionine to periparturient Holstein dairy cows on feed intake and lactational performance.
Intestinal digestibility of amino acids in rumen undegradable protein estimated using a precision-fed cecectomized rooster bioassay: I. Soybean meal and SoyPlus.
Extent of methionine limitation in peak-, early-, and mid-lactation dairy cows.
Effect of incremental urea supplementation of a conventional corn silage-based diet on ruminal ammonia concentration and synthesis of microbial protein.
Growth characteristics of calves fed an intensified milk replacer regimen with additional lactoferrin.
Dietary forage and nonfiber carbohydrate contents influence B-vitamin intake, duodenal flow, and apparent ruminal synthesis in lactating dairy cows.
Improving intestinal amino acid supply of pre- and postpartum dairy cows with rumen-protected methionine and lysine.
Evaluation of a colostrum supplement, with or without trypsin inhibitor, and an egg protein milk replacer for dairy calves.
Supplemental lactoferrin improves health and growth of Holstein calves during the preweaning phase.
Lactoferrin supplementation to dairy calves.
Effect of yeast culture in the diets of early lactation dairy cows on ruminal fermentation and passage of nitrogen fractions and amino acids to the small intestine.
Lasalocid and particle size of corn grain for dairy cows in early lactation. 1. Effect on performance, serum metabolites, and nutrient digestibility.
Lasalocid and particle size of corn grain for dairy cows in early lactation. 2. Effect on ruminal measurements and feeding behavior.
Amino acid limitation and flow to duodenum at four stages of lactation. 1. Sequence of lysine and methionine limitation.
Amino acid limitation and flow to the duodenum at four stages of lactation. 2. Extent of lysine limitation.
Supplementation of dairy cow diets with calcium salts of long-chain fatty acids and nicotinic acid in early lactation.
Niacin absorption from the rumen.
Diet digestibility and growth of holstein calves fed acidified milk replacers containing soy protein concentrate.
Malt sprouts as a source of supplemental protein for ruminants.
(Dairy Innovation Award) Intestinal digestibility of amino acids in rumen undegraded corn silage using the mobile bag technique
Digestibility of amino acids in rumen undegraded corn silage determined by the modified three-step procedure
Essential oil supplementation of a corn silage based diet deficient in rumen undegraded protein fed to lactating Holstein dairy cows.
Effects of dietary forage and non-fiber carbohydrate concentrations on B-vitamin intake and duodenal flow in dairy cows
Effects of dietary forage and non-fiber carbohydrate concentrations on apparent B-vitamin synthesis in dairy cows
Effects of providing supplemental methionine (Met) in the form of Smartamine (TM) M or 2-hydroxy-4-methylthio butanoic acid isopropyl ester (HMBi) to prepartum and early lactation dairy cows on feed intake and lactational performance
The effects of feeding chlortetracycline on the performance of breeding age dairy heifers
Urea supplementation increased rumen function in lactating dairy cows fed a corn silage based diet deficient in rumen-degradable feed protein (RDP)
Use of changes in plasma sulfur amino acid concentrations to compare the ability of methionine (Met) products to provide absorbable Met to lactating dairy cows fed a Met-adequate diet
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