Volume 52 (2021)
Volume 51 (2020)
Volume 50 (2019)
Volume 49 (2018)
Volume 48 (2017)
Volume 47 (2016)
Volume 46 (2015)
Volume 45 (2014)
Volume 44 (2013)
Volume 43 (2012)
Volume 42 (2011)
Volume 41 (2010)
Volume 40 (2009)
Volume 39 (2009)
1. Effects of adding dietary soluble sugar and calcium salts of fish oil on growth ‎performance and profile of meat fatty acids of Holstein steers

Mohammad Javad Khalifeh; Mohsen Sari; Mehdi Dehghan Banadaky

Volume 51, Issue 4 , March 2021, , Pages 337-347


  This experiment was conducted to study the effects of including sucrose, with or without calcium salts of fish oil on performance, carcase characteristics and meat fatty acids profile of fattening Holstein steers. Thirty sixth Holstein steers (269±57 kg body weight) were used in a completely randomized ...  Read More

2. Effects of replacing corn silage with barley silage on performance of high-producing ‎Holstein cows ‎

Abolfazl Soltani; Mehdi Dehghan banadaky; Abolfazl Zali; Farhang Fatehi

Volume 51, Issue 3 , December 2020, , Pages 173-181


  The objective of this study was to determine the effects of the replacement of corn silage with barley silage on high producing dairy cow performance. Thirty six high-producing (57.3±3.9kg/d) dairy cow in mid-lactation (93±7 DIM) were assigned to one of three experimental treatments including ...  Read More

3. Evaluation the effect of feeding chelated from trace mineral on yield and composition of milk and blood parameters of early lactating Holstein cows

Pouria Shahbedini; Mehdi Dehghan Banadaky; Kamran Rezayazdi; Mohammad Hossein Nazaran

Volume 50, Issue 2 , September 2019, , Pages 121-129


  The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of mineral supplementation and chelates of trace elements on production, milk composition and blood parameters of lactating Holstein cows. Lactating Holstein cows (n=24) were randomly assigned to one of the following four treatments; 1) the basic diet ...  Read More

4. Effect of stockpersons behavior on performance of milk-production in milky cows

AmirHossein Sarreshtehdari; Saeed Zeinoaldini; Mahdi Dehghan Banadaki; Tooba Nadri

Volume 50, Issue 2 , September 2019, , Pages 143-148


  This study was designed to evaluate the impact of behavior of workers on production performance of Holstein cows. A number of 48 Holstein milky cows were used in this study. At first two groups, including four workers, were asked to treat cows based on pre-research training. The first group, was asked ...  Read More

5. The effect of different sources of fatty acids on the performance and liver function indices in Holstein dairy cows during transition period

Hadi Moradi; Mahdi Ganjkhanlou; Abolfazl Zali; Mehdi Dehghan Banadaky

Volume 49, Issue 2 , September 2018, , Pages 193-201


  The objective of this study was to determine the effects of different sources of fatty acids on the performance and liver activity indices of Holstein cows during the transition period. Thirty-five cows were randomly assigned (from 21 days prepartum to 21 days postpartum) to 5 dietary treatments consisting ...  Read More

6. Investigation of the occurrence of liver abscesses in lactating and dry Holstein cows and its effect on some blood parameters and histology of hepatocytes

Shahrzad Joz-Ghasemi; Hamid Amanlou; Mehdi Dehghan Banadaki; T.G. Nagaraja

Volume 48, Issue 4 , March 2018, , Pages 473-481


  The aim of the present study was to evaluate the incidence of liver abscess in lactating and dry Holstein cows and its effect on some blood parameters and histology of hepatocytes. The liver of 577 lactating and dry Holstein cows at the time of slaughter were examined in two abattoirs in Iran. Cow’s ...  Read More

7. Evaluation of Nutritional efficiency of encapsulated fish oil ca-salts in vitro and in vivo

Hamed Khalilvandi-Behroozyar; Mehdi Dehghan-Banadaky; Rasoul Pirmohammadi; Behzad AsadnEjad

Volume 48, Issue 4 , March 2018, , Pages 505-521


  In this research encapsulated fish oil Ca-salts were produced by using a saturated FA containing material and evaluated. Nutrient content and FA profiles of produced supplements were determined and ruminal biohydrogenation and oil releasing were examined in vitro. Additionally, in a complementary in ...  Read More

8. Investigation the buffering capacity of several conventional buffer compounds in feeding of ruminant animals by acid titration method and their effect on gas production parameters

Nasrin Mahdavirad; Morteza Chaji; Mohammad Bojarpour; Mehdi Dehghan banadaki

Volume 48, Issue 4 , March 2018, , Pages 559-571


  The aim of present experiment was to investigate the buffering capacity of some buffers or alkalizers, their effect on digestion and fermentation of high concentration diets. The concentration of 0, 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2 g in 100 ml from different buffers and alkalizing agents including: sodium bicarbonate, ...  Read More

9. Effects of different processing of soaybean meal on ruminal degradability parameters and intestinal digestibility of crude protein and amino acids in Holstein cows

Ali Khalaj Hedayati; Yadollah Chashnidel; Mahdi Dehghan banadaki; Asadollah Teimori Yansari

Volume 48, Issue 3 , December 2017, , Pages 353-362


  Three Non-lactating Holstein cows equipped with ruminal cannulas were used to determine the impact of different methods of treating soybean meal (SBM) on the ruminal degradability and intestinal digestibility of crude protein and amino acids (AA). Solvent-extracted SBM (Control), Meal processed by adding ...  Read More

10. Effects of tylosin injection in dry period on the performance and serum chemistry in dairy cows after parturition

Shahrzad Jozghassemi; Hamid Amanlou; Mehdi Dehghan-banadaki; T.G. Nagaraja

Volume 48, Issue 3 , December 2017, , Pages 379-389


  To investigate the effects of tylosin injection in dairy cows at dry period on performance, milk composition and some blood parameters in subsequent lactation, 120 Holstein cows with a mean weight of 720±20Kg were used. Treatments were no tylosin (treatment 1; control group), injected 0.025 (treatment ...  Read More

11. Relationship between body condition and milk test with mastitis prevalence of dairy cows at early lactation

Morteza Mansooryar; Hamidreza Mirzaei Alamouti; Mehdi Dehghan-Banadaky

Volume 48, Issue 2 , September 2017, , Pages 305-312


  This study was conducted to evaluate the relationship between calving body condition score (BCS) as well as first and second milk test postpartum with clinical and subclinical mastitis prevalence. After calving 117 multiparous cows were divided to two groups based on their BCS as fat and normal conditioned ...  Read More

12. The effect of different sources of Fat supplement on growth performance, blood metabolites and ruminal parameters

Shahpour Kheirabadi; Mehdi Dehghan-banadaky; Mehdi Ganjkhanlou

Volume 48, Issue 1 , June 2017, , Pages 29-37


  The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of starch sources replacement by fat supplements on growth performance, rumen fermentation and blood metabolite parameters of Holstein young bulls. 28 Holstein young bulls (274±31 Kg BW) were fed with four diets containing 1) diet with high level ...  Read More

13. Effects of semi-pure tannin usage, on crude protein fractions of soy bean meal and canola meal by CNCPS

Narges Vahdani; Mehdi Dehghan-banadaky; Kamran Rezayazdi; Farahnaz Khalighi-Sigaroodi

Volume 47, Issue 2 , October 2016, , Pages 261-270


  In this research to investigate of the effect of tannin`s type and level on rumenal degradation of soybean meal (SBM) and canola meal (CM), two experiments have be done. At first experiment supplements were treated by semi-pure tannin of pomegranate-pistachio (PP), in different levels (0, 10 and 15 % ...  Read More

14. Effects of different fatty acid supplements on rumen fermentation parameters and microbial population in vitro condition

Hamed Khalilvandi-Behroozyar; Mehdi Dehghan-Banadaky; Mohammad Ghaffarzadeh; Kamran Rezayazdi

Volume 47, Issue 1 , July 2016, , Pages 1-17


  The aim of this study was to determine effects of different fatty acid profiles on rumen digestion coefficients, some of rumen metabolism parameters and rumen microbial populations. Different oils were used as source of fatty acids such as, Oleic, Linoleic, Linolenic, DHA and EPA. Palmitic acid supplemented ...  Read More

15. In vitro study the effects of different levels of oregano (Origanum vulgare) essential oils on ruminal fermentation parameters, methane production and rumen induced acidosis

Shahin Yadeghari; Mostafa Malecky; Pouya Zamani; Mahdi Dehghan-Banadaky

Volume 46, Issue 3 , October 2015, , Pages 235-246


  Theaim of the current study was to assess effects of different levels of Origanum vulgare (0, 250, 500, 750 and 1000 mg/L) on kinetics of gas production, some ruminal digestion and fermentation parameters, methane production and also to determine its potential in controlling rumen acidosis using in vitro ...  Read More

16. A Comparison of the Effects of either Four or Six Times of Daily Milking during Early Lactating on Production Performance and Blood Metabolites in Holstein Cows

Reza Nazarzade; Mehdi Dehghan-Banadaki; Hamid Amanloo; Hamidreza Mirzaee Almoti

Volume 44, Issue 1 , June 2015, , Pages 45-52


  The objective fllowed in the present study was to evaluate the effects of different milkingfrequencies on milk production and on blood metabolites in Holstein cows. Sixty-six fresh Holsteincows were allocated to two treatments namely: 4 (4x) vs. 6 times (6x) of daily milking, during the first3 months ...  Read More

17. A Comparison of Mineral Adsorbents Zeolite and Bentonite vs. Organic Adsorbent (Mycosorb) and Mineral – Organic Adsorbent (Biotox) as their RegardsTheir Potential of Adsorbing Aflatoxin B1


Volume 44, Issue 1 , June 2015, , Pages 105-112


  Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by fungi following their infestation of food crops.One of the effective approaches to control aflatoxicosis is the use of adsorbents. The aim thusfollowed in the present study was a comparison of various adsorbents viz. Bentonite, Zeolite, vs. anorganic commercial ...  Read More

18. The Effect of Varying Levels of Metabolizable Protein on Milk Yield and on Blood Metabolites in Holstein Cows

kamran rezayazdi

Volume 44, Issue 3 , December 2014, , Pages 235-245


  The aim followed in the present study was to investigate the effects of different Metabolizable Protein (MP) levels on Holstein cows, milk yield and composition, and as well on concentration of plasma metabolites in the cow,s early lactation. Twenty - four Holstein cows(BW 580±23, DIM 30±7, ...  Read More

19. Effect of chromium methionine and energy source on production and nutrient digestibility of Holstein cows in prepartum and postpartum

Mahdi Eftekhari; Aboulfazl Zali; Mahdi Dehghan Banadaki; Mahdi Ganjkhanlou

Volume 45, Issue 2 , August 2014, , Pages 107-115


  In this study, 32 multiparous non lactating Holstein cows were used to investigate the effects of chromium-l-methionine (Cr-Met) supplementation and dietary energy source on production and nutrient digestibility during the periparturient period. Cows were fed a total mixed ration from 28 days before ...  Read More

20. The effects of propolis and monensin in milk on performance, feed intake and digestibility in Holstein suckling calves

Peyman Paravian; Gholamali Nehzati; kamran Reza-yazdi; Mahdi Dehghan

Volume 45, Issue 1 , April 2014, , Pages 43-50


  In order to surveying the effect of feeding propolis on performance, feed intake and digestibility in Holstein suckling calves, the experiment was designed in a completely randomized design with 4 treatments (diet) and 10 replicates (cattle) during 52 days. Treatments included: 1. Control (without monensin ...  Read More

21. The Effects of Bacterial Additives on Feed Quality and Ruminal Degradation of Alfalfa Silage

Mehdi Dehghan-banadaky; fatemeh kazemi; abolfazl zali; kamran rezayazdi

Volume 43, Issue 3 , October 2013, , Pages 327-335


  The objective of the present study was to investigate the effects of bacterial additives on chemical characteristics and ruminal degradability of Alfalfa silage. In this experiment the treatments consisted of: 1-untreated alfalfa silage (control), 2-treated with Ecosyl (EC), 3- Lacticil Maize (LM), and ...  Read More

22. Effect of wheat processing and dietary lipid source on performance and fatty acids profile in steak of Holstein male calves

kamal erjayi; abolfazl zali; mahdi ganjkhanloo; mahdi dehghan

Volume 43, Issue 2 , September 2012, , Pages 219-228


  To evaluate the effects of wheat processing and dietary lipid sources on feedlot performance, carcass characteristics and fatty acids profile in meat of fattening calves, a number of 28 Holstein male calves averaging in weight of 296±56kg were randomly allotted in four treatments (7 steers each). ...  Read More

23. A Comparison of the Effect of Grass pea Treatment, on Estimated Metabolizable Energy through in Vitro Methods

narges vahdani; hosein moravj; kamran reza yazdi; mahdi dehghan

Volume 43, Issue 2 , September 2012, , Pages 249-260


  For treatment of Anti-Nutritional Factors(ANFs), (?-N-oxalyl -L- ?, ? -diaminopropionic acid (?-ODAP) and Condensed Tannin (CT)) in grass pea, some such alkali treatments as NaOH, NaHCO3, KMnO4 and wood ash, besides water soaking and polyethylene glycol (PEG) (6000 MW) were employed . Metabolizable Energy ...  Read More

24. The Effects of Phenolic Compounds Deactivation Through Different Treatments on Sainfoin Hay Chemical Composition, and A Determination of Its Crude Protein Fractioning in AFRC in CNCPS Systems

Hamed Khalilvand Behroozyar; Mahdi Dehghan Banadaki; Kamran RezaYazdi

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2011, , Pages 391-403

  Effects of Condensed Tannins (CT) on crude protein availability in sainfoin hay was investigated according to most popular ruminant feeding systems. Different treatments including Polyethylene Glycol (6000 MW), sodium hydroxide, sodium bicarbonate, potassium permanganate, wood ash, water and urea, were ...  Read More

25. Effect of Supplementation of Different Level Protein Diets with Rumen Protected Methionine and Lysine on Performance and Ruminal Parameters of Holstein Dairy Cows in Early Lactation

Hossein Abdi Benmar; Kamran Rezayazdi; Mehdi Dehghan banadaki

Volume 42, Issue 3 , January 2011, , Pages 221-230

  The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of supplementation of different level protein diets with rumen protected methionine and lysine on performance and ruminal parameters in Holstein dairy cows when in their early lactation. Twenty one dairy cows in their early lactations were assigned ...  Read More