Ketosis In Cattle Ppt

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Effects of Body Condition on Performance Using body condition scoring to fine tune herd nutrition and health management has become a widely accepted practice. This presentation will examine the influence of body condition on milk production, dry matter intake, reproduction, and health of cows in your herd 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 Periods Month Freshening Body Stores Used for Milk Production Body Stores Regained for Next Lactation Dry Period Rumen Rehab Nutrient and Milk Yield Relationships in the Lactation and Gestation Cycle Dry Matter Intake Milk Production Body Weight BCS and Milk Production BCS at calving < 2.75  reduced milk yield > 3.25  reduced milk yield Penn State & Cornell research shows cows with a BCS >3.25 at calving produce 5 pounds less milk each day than cows with lower BCS during the first 30 days of lactation BCS change after calving Decrease of 1 BCS unit  increase of 930 lb milk in 305-d lactation Body reserves essential to support milk production Waltner et al., 1993 Pedron et al., 1993 BCS and Increased Health Risk Excess Body Condition Fat Cow Syndrome Ketosis Displaced Abomasum Milk Fever Metritis Mastitis Lameness Limited Continue reading >>

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