American Dairy Science Association – Balchem Research of Interest
Episode 48: American Dairy Science Association Balchem Research of Interest
Today’s episode is hosted live at the American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting. It’s the second in our three-part series from the ADSA meetings.
Abomasal infusion of branched-chain amino acids or branched-chain keto acids alter lactation performance in early lactation dairy cows.
Joining us is Kristin Gallagher from Michigan State University discussing her research on branched-chain amino and keto acids.
Associations of pen-level and herd-level management factors with biomarkers, health, milk-yield and reproduction. Associations of nutritional strategies with biomarkers, health, milk yield and reproduction.
Joining us is Dr. Tom Overton from Cornell University discussing research on management factors and nutritional strategies.
Linking amino acids to milk fat synthesis.
Joining us are Yumi C.T. Taguti from Virginia Tech University and Izabelle Teixeira from the University of Idaho to discuss linking amino acids to milk fat synthesis.
Relationships of blood-based indices of liver health during the transition period with performance and health.
Joining us is Dr. Tom Overton from Cornell University to discuss blood-based indices of liver health.
Effects of Feeding Rumen-Protected Methionine & calcium salts enriched in omega-3 fatty acids on lactation in periparturient dairy cows
Joining us is Tanya France and Dr. Joe McFadden from Cornell University discussing her research on the effects of feeding rumen-protected methionine and calcium salts enriched in omega-3 fatty acids.
Determining the relative metabolizable methionine content of rumen-protected products and their effect on production responses.
Joining us is Jair Parales Giron from Michigan State University and Jonas de Souza from Perdue AgriBusiness discussing research on metabolizable methionine and its effect on production responses.
Dry period environmental impact on colostrum volume and quality.
Joining us is Kayla Alward from Virginia Tech University to discuss dry period environmental impact on colostrum volume and quality.
Lipolysis inhibition improves clinical outcomes in the treatment of ketosis in dairy cows: an individually randomized multigroup parallel controlled trial.
Joining us is Miguel Chirivi and Dr. Andres Contreras from Michigan State University, discussing their research on lipolysis inhibition.
Lactational performance of dairy cows receiving supplemental His: A meta-analysis
Joining us is Susanna Raisanen from Pennsylvania State University discussing her research on supplemental histidine and how it affects lactational performance.
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