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The response of dairy cows to intravascular administration of two mixtures of amino acids

  • J A Metcalf (a1), L A Crompton (a1), F R C Backwell (a2), B J Bequette (a2), M A Lomax (a1), J D Sutton (a1), J C MacRae (a2) and D E Beever (a1)...

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Previous work by this group (Metcalf et al 1996) has shown that milk protein concentration can be increased by jugular infusion of different mixtures of amino acids (AA). The current experiment was designed in part to investigate which groups of AA had the greatest effect in stimulating milk protein content.

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Metcalf, J. A., Crompton, L. A., Wray-Cahen, D., Lomax, M. A., Sutton, J. D., Beever, D.E., MacRae, J.C, Bequette, B.J., Backwell, F. R. C. and Lobley, G. E.. 1996. Responses in Milk Constituents to Intravascular Administration of Two Mixtures of Amino Acids to Dairy Cows. J Dairy Sci. In Press

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The response of dairy cows to intravascular administration of two mixtures of amino acids

  • J A Metcalf (a1), L A Crompton (a1), F R C Backwell (a2), B J Bequette (a2), M A Lomax (a1), J D Sutton (a1), J C MacRae (a2) and D E Beever (a1)...

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