publication . Doctoral thesis . 2013

Feeding practices and potential risk factors for laminitis in dairy cows in Thailand

Pilachai, R.;
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  • Published: 08 Oct 2013
  • Publisher: Utrecht University
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
Laminitis is considered an important health problem facing the Thai dairy industry. Although the etiology of laminitis is multifactorial, nutrition is considered an important risk factor. Rumen acidosis, lipopolysaccharides (LPS) and histamine may play a role in the development of laminitis in dairy cattle. However, the relevancy of these risk factors in relation to the occurrence of laminitis under practical feeding conditions in Thailand is not clear. In Thailand, dairy rations are generally low in physically effective NDF because roughage is not always provided ad libitum. Furthermore, cassava which is rich in rapid fermentable carbohydrates, is an important ...
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