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Essential oils in cow feeding



Essential oils in cow feeding



Producteur de Lait Quebecois 26(1): 38-40



An overview is given of research which aims to use the antimicrobial properties of essential oils to inhibit the growth of rumen bacteria responsible for the degradation of dietary proteins into ammonia in the rumen. In vitro experiments have shown that when a mixture of essential oils is added to a culture environment containing amino acids, the capacity of rumen bacteria to degrade the amino acids into ammonia is significantly reduced.

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