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Energy and fat metabolism in cattle - relations between backfat thickness and energy intake and energy balance

Energy and fat metabolism in cattle - relations between backfat thickness and energy intake and energy balance

Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 48(2): 58-59, 61-66

Relations between energy intake, energy balance and backfat thickness in dairy cows are reviewed. Feed intake and energy balance have a significant influence on milk yield, fertility and health; there are also significant correlations between backfat thickness and energy balance.

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