Choline improves reproduction

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Choline may help improve reproductive performance, according to research from the University of Missouri.

Cows that were fed rumen-protected choline beginning 28 days before calving through 100 days in milk had a conception rate near 67 percent, compared to about 39 percent for non-supplemented cows. Pregnancy rates were nearly twice as high in choline-supplemented cows. Here are the study's results:

 

 



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