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Molasses can provide benefits to transition cows

Abstract Summary: The University of Guelph observed increases in both feeding frequency and feeding consistency when adding molasses to dairy cow diets during the dry period, especially in the week leading up to calving. Increased intake and feed efficiency are key players in preventing post-calving metabolic diseases. Citation:  DeVries, T. and others (2021, March 9). Molasses can provide benefits to transition cows. [...]

2024-04-05T10:29:28-05:00April 5th, 2024|Uncategorized|

Effect of a Molasses-based Liquid Supplement on Gastrointestinal Tract Barrier Function, Inflammation, and Performance of Newly Received Feedlot Cattle Before and After a Transport Stress

Abstract Summary: "Stress from weaning, feed restriction, transportation, and gastrointestinal acidosis can cause inflammation and intestinal damage, resulting in decreased absorptive capacity and immune defense capability. Gastrointestinal inflammation has a significant catabolic cost and causes nutritional resources to be directed away from anabolic processes. Molasses-based liquid supplements have the potential to improve gastrointestinal tract (GIT) barrier function in stressed, newly received [...]

2023-08-08T16:46:55-05:00August 8th, 2023|News|

Supplementation of Molasses-Based Liquid Feed for Cattle Fed on Limpograss Hay

Abstract Summary: "Seasonality in forage production may limit the quantity and quality of forage. Even when forage is available in the period of scarcity, protein might still be a limiting nutrient in animal performance. Feed supplementation is a powerful tool to adjust nitrogen (N) levels in the diet of ruminants during critical periods. Urea is commonly used as a source of [...]

2023-05-18T09:02:31-05:00May 18th, 2023|News|

A Review Regarding the Use of Molasses in Animal Nutrition

Abstract: "In the past fifty years, agriculture, and particularly livestock production, has become more resource-intensive, with negative implications regarding world environmental status. Currently, the circular economy 3R principles (to reduce, reuse and recycle materials) can offer many opportunities for the agri-food industry to become more resource-efficient. The closed-loop agri-food supply chain has the great potential of reducing environmental and economic costs, [...]

2022-09-28T15:02:30-05:00September 28th, 2022|News|
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