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Managing transition cows for better health and production Public Deposited

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  • The most critical time in the life of a dairy cow is the first few days postpartum. How well she moves from low to high performance during this time depends on how she is managed during her transition from the dry cow group into the fresh pen. Proper nutrition management during the transition period is critical to avoid metabolic disorders and achieve high milk peaks and high production throughout lactation. This publication discusses common metabolic disorders of transition cows and suggests prevention strategies based on proper feed management.
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