Early Animal Nutrition

Study shows higher protein levels in sow diets benefits litter

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A study showed that increasing crude protein in sows’ diets to 135 g/kg feed or 850 g/d improved litter average daily gain (ADG) by increasing milk yield and protein output in milk.

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Is tree bark the remedy for diarrhea in calves?

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USDA grant funds project exploring nutrient restriction in cows, calves

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Supplemental leucine explored for role in neonatal calf development

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Barley and corn silage may offer performance boost to young calves

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What factor does waste milk play for antibiotic resistance in calves?

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Ground feed supplemented with hay may offer cheap, strong start to dairy calves

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Skretting to scale up its shrimp feed production in Ecuador

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Benchmark investing in probiotic technology, next generation larval diets

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US: Bell and Evans hatchery focuses on offering feed earlier

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