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Top 10 Tips For Starting Cattle

October 17, 2017
Long Stem Hay should be fed in the bunk for the first 12 hours. Grass hay is preferred. Put the hay in the bunk […]

Feeding QLF and NutriTek Improved Start-Up and Milk Component Yield in Transition Cows

February 9, 2017
Kai Yuan, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Dairy Technical Services Manager Stephen M. Emanuele, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Senior Scientist and Technical Advisor Joe Wiest […]

Benefits of QLF and NutriTek for Transition Dairy Cows at Paramount Dairy

February 9, 2017
Kai Yuan, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Dairy Technical Services Manager Stephen M. Emanuele, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Senior Scientist and Technical Advisor Joe Wiest […]

A novel indicator of milk components: De Novo fatty acid level predicts milk fat and protein content

November 21, 2016
Kai Yuan, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Dairy Technical Services Manager Stephen M. Emanuele, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Senior Scientist and Technical Advisor Introduction Milk […]

Is sorting a contributor to low milk fat and reduced profitability on your farm?

November 14, 2016
Kai Yuan, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Dairy Technical Services Manager Stephen M. Emanuele, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Senior Scientist and Technical Advisor In July […]

Using Hepatic Oxidation Theory to Optimize Transition Cow Diets

July 18, 2016
Kai Yuan, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Dairy Technical Services Manager Stephen M. Emanuele Ph.D. PAS – QLF Senior Scientist-Technical Advisor Introduction The transition period […]

Can you cut feed costs in times of low milk prices?

March 29, 2016
Kai Yuan, Ph.D. PAS – QLF Dairy Technical Services Manager Stephen M. Emanuele Ph.D. PAS – QLF Senior Scientist-Technical Advisor Introduction The low milk […]

Why should we feed liquid supplements with today’s milk prices?

March 11, 2016
Kai Yuan, Ph.D. – QLF Dairy Technical Services Manager Stephen M. Emanuele Ph.D. PAS – QLF Senior Scientist-Technical Advisor Key point: sugar supplementation increases […]

Pre Calving Management

December 22, 2015
Having a profitable cow/calf herd often comes down to selling more pounds of calf.  This can be done by increasing weaning weights or by […]

Managing Winter at the Feedyard

December 18, 2015
Winter weather brings its own set of challenges to the cattle feeder.  Whether you are running open lots, total confinements, or something in between, […]
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