Feed efficiency and maternal productivity of Bos indicus beef cows.
Broleze, Danielly Fernanda; Souza, Luana Lelis; Zorzetto, Mariana Furtado; Savegnago, Rodrigo Pelicioni; Negrão, João Alberto; Bonilha, Sarah Figueiredo Martins; Mercadante, Maria Eugênia Zerlotti.
; 15(6): e0233926, 2020.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-32492042
EFICIÊNCIA ALIMENTAR E PRODUTIVIDADE MATERNA DE VACAS DA RAÇA NELORE
Relationship between performance, metabolic profile, and feed efficiency of lactating beef cows.
Neglect of lactation stage leads to naive assessment of residual feed intake in dairy cattle.
Defining the optimal period length and stage of growth or lactation to estimate residual feed intake in dairy cows.
Relationships between body condition score change, prior mid-lactation phenotypic residual feed intake, and hyperketonemia onset in transition dairy cows.
Three-breed rotational crossbreds of Montbéliarde, Viking Red, and Holstein compared with Holstein cows for feed efficiency, income over feed cost, and residual feed intake.
Reducing milking frequency from thrice to twice daily in early lactation improves the metabolic status of high-yielding dairy cows with only minor effects on yields.
Effects of an individual weight-adjusted feeding strategy in early lactation on milk production of Holstein cows during extended lactation.
Methane production, rumen fermentation, and diet digestibility of Holstein and Jersey dairy cows being divergent in residual feed intake and fed at 2 forage-to-concentrate ratios.
Effects of early postpartum sodium salicylate treatment on long-term milk, intake, and blood parameters of dairy cows.