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Effect of dietary starch concentration and fish oil supplementation on milk yield and composition, diet digestibility, and methane emissions...
We observed a trend for FO to increase milk yield: 29.2 and 27.5kg/d, on average, for diets with and without FO, respectively. Milk fat was affected by the interaction between dietary starch and FO: milk fat decreased only in the HSO diet. Energy-corrected milk (ECM) was affected by the interaction...
Effect of blending Jersey and Holstein-Friesian milk on Cheddar cheese processing, composition, and quality.
The effect of Jersey milk use solely or at different inclusion rates in Holstein-Friesian milk on Cheddar cheese production was investigated. Cheese was produced every month over a year using nonstandardized milk consisting of 0, 25, 50, 75, and 100% Jersey milk in Holstein-Friesian milk in a 100-L...
Environmental and genetic factors affecting cow survival of Israeli Holsteins.
The objectives were to investigate the effects of various environmental factors that may affect herd-life of Israeli Holsteins, including first-calving age and season, calving ease, number of progeny born, and service sire for first calving in complete and truncated records; and to estimate heritabi...
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Erratum to "Short communication: Characterization of Madin-Darby bovine kidney cell line for peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors: Te...
Erratum to "Feeding saponin-containing Yucca schidigera and Quillaja saponaria to decrease enteric methane production in dairy cows" (J. Dai...
2006 Fellows of the American Dairy Science Association
Effect of Chestnut Tannin on Fermentation Quality, Proteolysis, and Protein Rumen Degradability of Alfalfa Silage
Improvement of Functional Properties of Whey Protein Isolate Through Glycation and Phosphorylation by Dry Heating