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Nutritional factors and inflammation of the mammary gland in dairy cows. An ecopathological approach in the peripartum period



Nutritional factors and inflammation of the mammary gland in dairy cows. An ecopathological approach in the peripartum period



Veterinary Research 25(2/3): 218-222



The relationship between nutrition and inflammation and infection of the udder was studied in high-yielding dairy herds over a 4-year period in France. A long distribution time of Italian ryegrass silage and a low level of cereal-based concentrates in the first 2 months of lactation was associated with low milk leukocyte counts, probably due to a high dietary energy level or to an imbalance in polyunsaturated fatty acids and a subsequent decrease in the synthesis of leukotriene LTB4.

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