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Rumensin

Presentation: Making Milk … Components, Not Just Water! By Dr. Hank Spencer, Global Technical Consultant, Elano Animal Health NZARN members a full copy of the presentation is available below if you are logged in. Non-members looking for more information are encouraged to use our ‘contact a nutritionist’ form and ‘member directory’ to find a member who can help them

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Transition Cow Strategies

Presentation: By Dr. Hank Spencer, Global Technical Consultant, Elanco Animal Health 5 May 2012 NZARN members a full copy of the presentation is available below if you are logged in. Non-members looking for more information are encouraged to use our ‘contact a nutritionist’ form and ‘member directory’ to find a member who can help them answer their questions. If

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Kittlemann Cilliate Community Composition

Charactarization of cilliate community composition in domestic sheep, deer and cattle feeding on various diets by means of PRC-DDGE and clone libraries Kittleman and P. Janssen – AgResearch key words: rumen ciliates protozoa community structure methane 2011 NZARN members a full copy of the presentation is available below if you are logged in. Non-members looking

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Productivity-digestion-and-health-responses-to-hindgut-acidosis-in-ruminants

Gressely, Hall and Armentano Anim. Sci 2011 Key words: acidosis, hindgut, ruminant NZARN members a full copy of the presentation is available below if you are logged in. Non-members looking for more information are encouraged to use our ‘contact a nutritionist’ form and ‘member directory’ to find a member who can help them answer their questions. If you are

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Trouble-shooting milk fever and downer cow problems

Article: By Richard Adams, Virginia Ishler, Dale Moore (Department of Veterinary Science) Department of Dairy and Animal Health The Pennsylvania State University NZARN members a full copy of the presentation is available below if you are logged in. Non-members looking for more information are encouraged to use our ‘contact a nutritionist’ form and ‘member directory’ to find a member

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Effect of Calcium Nutrition on the Formation of Calcium Oxalate in Kikuyu Grass

Article: By J.P Marais (KwaZulu-Natal Department of Agriculture, SA), A.D. Barnabas (Department of Botany, University of Durban-Westville, SA), and D.L. Figenschou (KwaZulu-Natal Department of Agriculture, SA) NZARN members a full copy of the presentation is available below if you are logged in. Non-members looking for more information are encouraged to use our ‘contact a nutritionist’ form and ‘member directory’ to

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Characterization of rumen ciliate community composition in domestic sheep, deer, and cattle, feeding on varying diets, by means of PCR-DGGE and clone libraries.

Article: By Sandra Kittelmann & Peter H. Janssen, AgResearch Ltd, Grasslands Research Centre, Palmerston North, New Zealand 2011 NZARN members a full copy of the presentation is available below if you are logged in. Non-members looking for more information are encouraged to use our ‘contact a nutritionist’ form and ‘member directory’ to find a member who can help them answer their

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Indications and implications for testing of milk urea in dairy cattle: A quantitive review – Part 2

Article: Part 2. Effect of dietary protein on reproductive performance C.T. Westwood, I. J. Lean, R.C. Kellaway Published in the New Zealand Veterinary Journal 1998 NZARN members a full copy of the presentation is available below if you are logged in. Non-members looking for more information are encouraged to use our ‘contact a nutritionist’ form and ‘member directory’ to find

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Indications and implications for testing of milk urea in dairy cattle: A quantitive review – Part 1

Article: Part 1. Dietary protein sources and metabolism C.T. Westwood, I. J. Lean, R.C. Kellaway Published in the New Zealand Veterinary Journal 1998 NZARN members a full copy of the presentation is available below if you are logged in. Non-members looking for more information are encouraged to use our ‘contact a nutritionist’ form and ‘member directory’ to find a

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