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Abstract The objective of this retrospective study was to determine the effect of precipitation level during key fetal development periods on beef progeny performance. The hypothesis that was precipitation level during different periods of gestation would program subsequent calves for an...
ABSTRACT A series of total urine collections were conducted to evaluate the effects of age, diet, gestation, and body condition score (BCS) on urinary creatinine (UC) and purine derivative (PD) excretion in heifers and cows. For each collection, urine was collected over a 5-d period and...
Abstract The diagnosis of inadequate transfer of colostrum immunoglobulin G (IgG) to calf serum, often known as failure of passive transfer (<10 g/L IgG1 at 24 to 48 h), necessitates blood sampling from the calf and in some instances the presence of a veterinarian. Sampling saliva is both less...
Abstract Equine research and management is limited to single-housing systems if individual animal intake is to be precisely recorded. Even then, dry forage intake is difficult to quantify accurately due to stomping or mixing hay with fecal matter and bedding. In cattle management, GrowSafe...
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