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dairy cattle

[′der·ē ‚kad·əl]
(agriculture)
A cattle breed selected, raised, and bred for ability to produce large quantities of milk.
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Mepron is a formulation of the amino acid methionine specially developed for dairy cows by the Animal Nutrition Business Line.
Influence of a ruminally protected blend of methionine and lysine on the dairy cow nutrition and production.
3A % of the total EU-27 dairy cow population in 2011.
And if dairy cows are to be managed in herds 20 times larger than those of the average UK dairy farm, will their welfare suffer?
Pathology, Etiology, Prevention, and treatment of fatty liver in dairy cows Journal of Dairy Science.
These are used to provide a highly available source of glucose for the liver to support its function in the energy metabolism of the high yielding dairy cow.
The policy drew protests from dairy cow farmers, GKSI, and the National Milk Council.
We need to keep these differences in mind when we develop models for studying dairy cow immunosuppression.
ITR uses high-rate anaerobic digesters to process dairy cow manure and capture the methane-based biogas produced by its decomposition.
A: Forget your childhood image of Bessie, the family dairy cow.
A call for improved modern dairy cow management in return for a higher retail milk price will be made at the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers' annual conference when Prof John Webster delivers the Geoffrey Alderman Memorial Lecture.
Department of Agriculture that a dairy cow in Washington state tested positive for BSE--which, though rare, is fatal if transmitted to humans through infected meat--cattle producers have been scrambling for policies.