KemTRACE Chromium Dairy Webinars

The role of chromium in transition cow performance and implications for reproductive performance Effects of heat stress on gut health and immune system nutrient requirements
The Role of Chromium in Transition Cow Performance and Implications for Reproductive Performance
Dr. Tom Overton
 
Research suggests that chromium supplementation can reduce negative energy balance in cows and can improve reproductive performance of high-producing cows. Learn from dairy nutrition expert Dr. Tom Overton on how
chromium can produce results for your operation. (45 min)

 

The information provided in this webinar is for informational purposes only. The views and information provided are those of the speakers or authors and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views held by Kemin.
 
 
Effects of Heat Stress on Gut Health and Immune System Nutrient Requirements
Dr. Lance Baumgard
 
Heat stress and ketosis reduce efficiency. Decreased feed intake experienced during both situations is unable to fully explain the suboptimal productivity. Heat stress and ketosis affect herds of all sizes and almost every dairy region of the U.S. Dr. Baumgard hypothesizes the common etiological origin of both matabolic disorders as "leaky gut." Leaky gut and the resulting endotoxin infiltration alters nutrient partitioning and is a causative agent in metabolic disruption during heat stress and ketosis. Identifying dietary approaches that can improve gut barrier dysfunction is paramount in developing nutritional strategies aimed at improving intestinal health. (50 min)

 

The information provided in this webinar is for informational purposes only. The views and information provided are those of the speakers or authors and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views held by Kemin.
Strategies with 2016 milk prices and feed situation  
Strategies with 2016 Milk Prices and Feed Situation
Dr. Mike Hutjens
 
Dr. Mike Hutjens presents strategies with 2016 milk prices and feed sityation. Decisions on which feed ingredients to use in dairy rations continue to be challenging especially when profit margins are tight. Dairy managers must consider which ingredient, why, when and how much for dry, transition and high-producing cow groups. This webinar will include a review of the 4 pillars for 2016, the role of chromium, feed efficiency applications and how to remain focused on profit. (24 min)

 

The information provided in this webinar is for informational purposes only. The views and information provided are those of the speakers or authors and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views held by Kemin.
 

 

 

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