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  • Assessment of pasture and plasma minerals of cows: A case

    Assessment of pasture and plasma minerals of cows: A case study in Pakistan Article (PDF Available) in Agricultural Sciences 04(02):57-61 · January 2013 with 59 Reads How we measure 'reads'

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  • Assessment of pasture and plasma minerals of cows: A case

    Assessment of pasture and plasma minerals of cows: A case study in Pakistan . Zafar Iqbal Khan. 1, Kafeel Ahmad. 1, Muhammad Khalid Mukhtar. 1, Farhad Mirzaei. 2*, Ghulam Hussain. 3. 1Department of Biological Sciences, University of Sargodha, Sargodha, Pakistan . 2Department of Animal Production Management, Animal Science Research Institute

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  • Assessment of pasture and plasma minerals of cows: A case

    Specific mineral supplementation should be supplied containing copper and zinc, as both pasture and blood plasma samples exhibited their deficiency. The present investigation suggests the requirement and provision of an appropriate specificity tailored mineral mixture to ruminants in this specific studied area. The objective of this study was to determine deficiency or excess of various

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  • LEVELS OF MINERALS IN THE BLOOD PLASMA OF COWS AND

    Jagos P., V. Dvorak, J. Bouda: Levels of Minerals in the Blood Plasma of Cows and their Calves fed from Buckets. Acta vet. Brno, 50, 1981: 33-41. The concentration in plasma of calcium, magnesium, inorganic phosphorus, zinc, copper and iron in 40 cows and their calves up to the age of three months was followed in winter season under conditions

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  • Soil; Forage; Serum; Ruminants Productivity; Punjab

    Assessment of pasture and plasma minerals of cows: A case study in Pakistan. Zafar Iqbal Khan, Kafeel Ahmad, Muhammad Khalid Mukhtar, Farhad Mirzaei, Ghulam Hussain. Agricultural Sciences Vol.4 No.2,February 26, 2013

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  • A Case Study of Behaviour and Performance of Confined or

    Pasture during the dry period altered lying behavior, reduced feed bunk aggression and increased heat stress behaviors. Abstract. The objectives of this study were to determine the effect of the dry cow management system (pasture or confined) on: (1) lying behaviour and activity; (2) feeding and heat stress behaviours; (3) intramammary infections, postpartum. Non-lactating Holstein cows were

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  • Zafar Iqbal Khan Articles Scientific Research Publishing

    Approximation of some minerals in soil and forage as a function of non-conventional compost: A case study. Kafeel Ahmad, Zafar Iqbal Khan, Sidra Umer, Farhad Mirzaei, Muhammad Sher, Zafar Hayat, Abrar Hussain. Agricultural Sciences Vol.4 No.1,Pub. Date: January 29, 2013 DOI: 10.4236/as.2013.41002 4,058 Downloads 6,082 Views Citations. Frequency of Bcr-Abl Fusion

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  • Zafar Iqbal Khan Articles Scientific Research Publishing

    Search the information of the editorial board members by name. Approximation of some minerals in soil and forage as a function of non-conventional compost: A case study. Kafeel Ahmad, Zafar Iqbal Khan, Sidra Umer, Farhad Mirzaei, Muhammad Sher, Zafar Hayat, Abrar Hussain. Agricultural Sciences Vol.4 No.1,January 29, 2013 . DOI: 10.4236/as.2013.41002 4,059 Downloads 6,084 Views Citations

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  • Evaluation of blood metabolites in dairy cows grazing

    Use of metabolic profiles for the assessment of dietary adequacy in UK dairy herds. Veterinary Record 159:655-661. [ Links ] Marcolino, F. M.; Ribeiro-Filho, H. M.; Andrade, E. A.; Moraes, T. C. and Delagarde, R. 2014. Pasture intake and milk production of dairy cows grazing annual ryegrass with or without corn silage supplementation. Animal

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  • Status of vitamins E and A and β-carotene and health in

    Vitamin concentrations in blood plasma and milk, health, fertility, milk yield, and milk composition were measured in Swedish Holstein cows (n=28) during 2 complete lactations. All cows were fed a 100% organic diet containing grass-legume silage, cold-pressed rapeseed cake, peas, cereal grains, and minerals. Blood samples were collected from each cow 3 wk before expected calving, at calving

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  • Minerals for Beef Cows Penn State Extension

    The most important source of minerals for beef cows comes from the pasture and forages they are grazing since these feeds contribute the highest percentage of the diet. These feeds are, in fact, good sources of most of the required minerals. The values in Table 1 are the requirements (NRC, 1986) of most major minerals for beef cows.

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  • A Comparative study on mineral status of blood plasma

    A Comparative study on mineral status of blood plasma of small ruminants and pastures in Punjab, Pakistan Article (PDF Available) in Pakistan Journal of Botany 40(3) · June 2008 with 347 Reads

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  • Meeting Mineral Requirements at Pasture

    It is a 'worst case scenario' for the cow herd for each of the mineral parameters, as those heifer requirements are higher than for cows at any stage of production. Similarly, the same has been done for a grass steer gaining just over 2lbs per day. Figure 1. In the way of mineral supplements on fresh pasture, cow/calf pairs as well as backgrounded cattle may only need supplemental selenium

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  • Welfare of dairy cows in small-scale farms European Food

    In addition, factors related to resources provided on pasture (e.g. shelter), management of pasture (e.g. mixing herds) and management of the cows (e.g. use of local breeds) were considered more likely to be present in small-scale systems. An on-farm survey was run to collect data for welfare assessment from 124 European farms. The distribution of risk factors and animal-based measures varied

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  • Seasonal assessment of selenium as a hazardous element

    Blood plasma of all sheep classes was influenced markedly (P < 0.01) both by the season and sampling interval, with higher level of plasma Se being in winter than that found in summer in both lactating and non-lactating sheep, however, the reverse was true for male animals.Lactating sheep plasma levels ranged from 0.03 to 0.09 mg/L during winter and 0.02 to 0.07 mg/L during summer with a

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  • Study on minerals status of dairy cows and their

    Deficiency of macro and micro-minerals in the ration of dairy cows adversely affects growth, milk production and reproduction efficiency. It is essential to examine mineral concentrations in feeds offered to dairy cows in practical farms. Two villages from each taluka were selected at random for taking representative samples of feeds, forages and hair.

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  • Evaluation of blood metabolites in dairy cows grazing

    Use of metabolic profiles for the assessment of dietary adequacy in UK dairy herds. Veterinary Record 159:655-661. [ Links ] Marcolino, F. M.; Ribeiro-Filho, H. M.; Andrade, E. A.; Moraes, T. C. and Delagarde, R. 2014. Pasture intake and milk production of dairy cows grazing annual ryegrass with or without corn silage supplementation. Animal

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  • A Case Study of Behaviour and Performance of Confined or

    Pasture during the dry period altered lying behavior, reduced feed bunk aggression and increased heat stress behaviors. Abstract. The objectives of this study were to determine the effect of the dry cow management system (pasture or confined) on: (1) lying behaviour and activity; (2) feeding and heat stress behaviours; (3) intramammary infections, postpartum. Non-lactating Holstein cows were

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  • Cows: a big model for EMF research, somewhere

    Trace minerals in cerebrospinal fluid were affected in a more pronounced way than in plasma or compared to macroelement concentrations (Burchard et al. Bioelectromagnetics, 1999). Quinolinic acid was increased in exposed animals indicating weakening in blood brain barrier (Burchard et al. Neurochem Res,1998).

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  • Animals Free Full-Text The Welfare of Cows in Indian

    Cow shelters (gaushalas) are unique traditional institutions in India, where aged, infertile, diseased, rescued, and abandoned cows are sheltered for the rest of their life, until they die of natural causes. These institutions owe their existence to the reverence for the cow as a holy mother goddess for Hindus, the majority religion in India. There is a religious and legal prohibition on cow

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