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Manipulation of the availability in the rumen of carbohydrates and proteins in diets for dairy cows



Manipulation of the availability in the rumen of carbohydrates and proteins in diets for dairy cows



Bulletin des GTV ( 3): 49-57



Research of the availability in the rumen of carbohydrates and proteins in the diets of dairy cows is reviewed. Rumen bacteria require a synchronized supply of proteins and carbohydrates for optimal protein synthesis as regards rate and amount. Characterization of proteins and carbohydrates in feed by dynamic models that take amount, rate and intensity of digestion in the rumen into account is important in optimizing bacterial synthesis.

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