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Nutrition & Feeding

The feasibility of replacement of grain by tapioca in diets for growing-fattening cattle

Holzer Z., Aharoni Y., Lubimov V. and Brosh A. - Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1997 64 2: 133-141

Increased Weight Gain and Effects on Production Parameters of Holstein Heifer Calves That Were Allowed to Suckle from Birth to Six Weeks of Age

Bar-Peled U. et al - Journal of Dairy Science, 1997 80 10: 2523-2528

Effect of dietary protein levels on milk yield and composition of infused into abomasum with methionine and lysine.

Smoler E. et al - British Journal of Animal Science Conference, 1998 Abstract 205

The effect of number of daily meals for daily cows on milk yield and composition

Shabi Z. et al - Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences, 1998 7 3: 249-259

An adhesion‐defective mutant of Ruminococcus albus SY3 is impaired in its capability to degrade cellulose

Miron J. et al - Journal of Applied Microbiology, 1998 84 (2): 249 - 254

Heat-treated whole cottonseed versus maize gluten meal as a rumen undegradable protein supplement for lactating dairy cows

Mabjeesh S.J., Arieli A., Zamwell S. and Tagari H. - Livestock Production Science, 1998 55 (3): 249-259

Selection of diets by dual-purpose Mamber goats in Mediterranean woodland

Kababya D., Perevolotsky A., Bruckental I. and Landau S. J. - The Journal of Agricultural Science, 1998 131 2: 221 - 228

The Effects of Long-Term Administration of Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin (Posilac) and Synovex on Performance, Plasma Hormone and Amino Acid Concentration, and Muscle and Subcutaneous Fat Fatty Acid Composition in Holstein-Friesian Bull Calves

Holzer Z. et al - Journal of Animal Science, 1999 77 6: 1422-1430

Effect of calcium soaps of fatty acids and administration of somatotropin on milk production, preovulatory follicular development, and plasma and follicular fluid lipid composition in high yielding dairy cows.

Moallem U. et al, - Journal fo Dairy Science, 1999 82: 2358–2368

Efficiency of casein infusion on starch absorption in small intestine in Israeli – Holstein dairy cows.

Abramson S. et al - Congress of FeMeSPRum. Slovenia, 1998 Volume 6th Abstr. 5/1: 206

Models of suppressive effect of tannins. Analysis of the suppressive effect of tannins on ruminal degradation by compartmental models

Aharon Y., Gilboa N. and Silanikove N. - Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1998 71 (3-4): 251-267

Whole cottonseed in dairy cattle feeding: A review

Arieli A. - Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1998 72 1: 97-110

Effects of Low Energy Diets Followed by a Compensatory Diet on Body Weight Gain and Plasma Hormone Concentrations in Bull Calves

Barash H., Aharoni Y., Brosh A., Holzer Z. - Journal of Dairy Science, 1998 81: 250-254

The effect of enhanced milk yield of dairy cows by frequent milking or suckling on intake and digestibility of the diet.

ar-Peled U. et al, - Journal of Dairy Science, 1998 81: 1420–1427

In situ assessment of degradability of organic matter in the rumen of the dairy cow.

Arieli A. et al,- Journal of Dairy Science, 1998 81: 1985–1990
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