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Volume 39 (2009)
Effect of Fish Oil Supplementation and Ratio of Alfalfa Hay versus Corn Silage on Holstein Bulls, Performance

Mahdi Ganjkhanlou

Volume 44, Issue 3 , December 2014, , Pages 217-223


  A number of 36 Holstein young bulls (initial BW of 345±61 kg) were randomly assigned to 6 dietary treatments, following a 3 × 2 factorial arrangement, with Three concentrate levels of fish oil (0, 1.5 and 3 % of DM) and 2 levels of alfalfa hay versus corn silage (10 and 20 % of alfalfa hay ...  Read More

The Effect of Alfalfa Hay Particle Size and Soy Hull on Physically Effective Fiber Content in Diet, Chewing Activity and Milk Production in Holstein Dairy Cows

Mahdi Behgar; Reza Valizadeh; Mohammad Mirzaei; Abbbas Ali Naserian

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2011, , Pages 331-342

  This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of alfalfa hay (AH) particle size and soybean hull (SH) on physical effective fibre (peNDF), particle size distribution in diets, chewing activity as well as milk composition and production in early lactating dairy cows. Eight lactating Holstein cows averaging ...  Read More

Effects of Feeding Different Levels of Alfalfa Hay and Corn Silage on Milk Production and Blood Metabolites in Holstein Cows

Amir Akbari Afjani; Abolfazl Zali; Mehdi Ganjkhanlou; Mehdi Dehghan Banadaki

Volume 42, Issue 3 , January 2011, , Pages 247-253

  The effect of different levels of alfalfa hay and corn silage, in early lactation diet, on milk production and on milk components in Holstein cows was investigated. Fifteen Holstein cows (37 ±10 DIM) were taken in a completely randomized design experiment, lasting for 9 weeks. Three levels of hay and ...  Read More

Effect of Different Levels of Sugar Beet Pulp as a Non Forage Fiber Sources on Performance of Early Lactating Cows

hamid amanloo; mehran aboozar; ali nikkhah

Volume 39, Issue 1 , February 2009

  Twenty four multiparous Holstein cows in their early stage of lactation with a mean of 59±20 DIM and a mean of 615±40.5 Kg of BW were employed in a complete randomized block design to evaluate the effects of different levels of sugar beet pulp in a partial replacement for alfalfa, the only source of ...  Read More