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Extruded soybeans for mid-lactation Holsteins milked 3X daily

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Thomas A. Shultz

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California Agriculture 37(5):22-23.

Published May 01, 1983

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Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: The dairy cow, like other ruminants, has four compartments in its stomach. The first compartment, the rumen, partially degrades feedstuffs by anaerobic microbial fermentation processes. The fourth compartment, or abomasum, corresponds to the single stomach of nonruminants, where final degradation of ingested material takes place.

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The author acknowledges the Maddox Dairy (RuAnn), Riverdale, California, for supplying animals, feed, and facilities, and Udi Sosnick and Richard Borba for assistance in completing the experiment.

Extruded soybeans for mid-lactation Holsteins milked 3X daily

Thomas A. Shultz
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Extruded soybeans for mid-lactation Holsteins milked 3X daily

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Authors

Thomas A. Shultz

Publication Information

California Agriculture 37(5):22-23.

Published May 01, 1983

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: The dairy cow, like other ruminants, has four compartments in its stomach. The first compartment, the rumen, partially degrades feedstuffs by anaerobic microbial fermentation processes. The fourth compartment, or abomasum, corresponds to the single stomach of nonruminants, where final degradation of ingested material takes place.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The author acknowledges the Maddox Dairy (RuAnn), Riverdale, California, for supplying animals, feed, and facilities, and Udi Sosnick and Richard Borba for assistance in completing the experiment.


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