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 - 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 - Sept. 17, 2010
As corn prices have increased, the need to optimize the starch digestibility in the dairy cow continues to be important. Is fecal starch a tool to evaluate starch utilization in dairy cows? FULL STORY »
Expert Answers - May 21, 2010
The emerging issue of the environmental impact of feed is creating new reasons to track the nutrient levels of rations fed to cows. Is there a practical way to sample a total mixed ration (TMR)? FULL STORY »
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