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Expert Answers - Sept. 16, 2011

Should you lower dairy ration crude protein levels? FULL STORY »

Expert Answers - Aug. 19, 2011

With very high corn prices, what lactating cow feeding program strategies and alternatives might be attainable? FULL STORY »

Expert Answers - July 15, 2011

How can you reduce between-cow intake variations during the transition period? FULL STORY »

Expert Answers - June 17, 2011

What nutritional strategies can help mitigate the effects of heat stress? FULL STORY »

Expert Answers - May 20, 2011

Can a reduced-starch diet be fed to lower ration cost without compromising performance? How far can starch be reduced? FULL STORY »

Expert Answers - April 15, 2011

What feed cost decisions should nutritionists focus on when everything is high? FULL STORY »

Expert Answers - March 18, 2011

Our milk urea nitrogen (MUN) levels are low, ranging from 8 to 9 mg/dl. I am planning to add 0.2 pounds (90 grams) of urea to the ration. My nutritionist suggested this may not be right. What do you think? FULL STORY »

Expert Answers - Feb. 18, 2011

Is there opportunity to boost milk protein production? FULL STORY »

Expert Answers - Jan. 21, 2011

Does neutral detergent factor (NDF) content of the diet always regulate dry matter intake (DMI)? FULL STORY »

Expert Answers - Dec. 17, 2010

There is mounting evidence that prolonged storage time of corn silage improves starch digestion and increases protein solubility. What do these findings mean for the average dairy farmer? FULL STORY »

Expert Answers - Nov. 19, 2010

What about using feed-restriction programs for growing dairy heifers? FULL STORY »

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