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Methyl donors from transition to lactation

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During this webinar Dr. Jose Santos, Animal Science, University of Florida, USA is presenting his insights on: Methyl donors from transition to lactation Methyl groups play important roles in the metabolic pathways of dairy cows. A shortage of supply particularly during the transition period can have profound effects on postpartum health and whole lactation performance. The ready availability of methyl groups affects numerous cellular functions, impacts phospholipid synthesis, and influences the efficiency of production. There is a complex web of interactions between the different sources of methyl donors that is not yet fully understood.


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Through the Smart Science Series of six webinars, explore the rewards of amino acid balancing and ration formulation. In the first five webinars, a university professor discusses the aspect in which he is the top industry expert. The sixth webinar is forward looking, as two university professors discuss aligning genetic potential with nutritional requirements for longevity and sustainability.

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Aligning Genetic Potential and Nutritional Requirements...

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During this webinar, Dr. Kent Weigel, University of Wisconsin and Dr. Jose Santos, University of...

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Reproduction: Roles of Methionine and Lysine

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During this webinar Dr. Phil Cardoso, Department of Animal Science, University of Illinois is...

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Importance & Considerations of Formulating Diets for AA

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During this Webinar Chuck Schwab, Professor Emeritus, University of New Hampshire; Principal,...

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Methionine's Impact on Sustainable Performance

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During this Webinar Dr. Johan Osorio, South Dakota State University is presnting his insights on:...

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Practical AA balancing and energy status

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During this webinar Mike Van Amburgh, Department of Animal Science, Cornell University is...