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INTERVIEW: Evolving Understanding of Rumen Acidosis Opens New Possibilities for Detection and Management (FeedInfo – December 2018)

Dec 19, 2018
Bringing together experts in OMICS, diagnosis and modelling, feeding management, feed additives, cattle behavior, and gastrointestinal physiology, Lallemand’s side event, the International…
Dec 19, 2018 - Bringing together experts in OMICS, diagnosis and modelling, feeding management, feed additives, cattle behavior, and gastrointestinal physiology, Lallemand’s side event, the International…

Live yeast improves rumen wall integrity and limits rumen epithelium inflammation in transition

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Oct 11, 2018
The transition around calving is a critical time for the dairy cow with major dietary, metabolic and physiological changes. In particular, the…
Oct 11, 2018 - The transition around calving is a critical time for the dairy cow with major dietary, metabolic and physiological changes. In particular, the…

1st International Acidosis and Rumen Health Satellite


Sep 14, 2018
The first International Acidosis and Rumen Health Satellite Conference attracted over 400 ruminant and nutrition experts The first international conference dedicated to…
Sep 14, 2018 - The first International Acidosis and Rumen Health Satellite Conference attracted over 400 ruminant and nutrition experts The first international conference dedicated to…

Multi-dimension of acidosis and rumen health, a key challenge


Apr 19, 2018
Announcing the first Acidosis and Rumen Health Satellite Conference, around the 10th International Symposium on the Nutrition of Herbivores At the occasion…
Apr 19, 2018 - Announcing the first Acidosis and Rumen Health Satellite Conference, around the 10th International Symposium on the Nutrition of Herbivores At the occasion…

Fourth session of Lallemand Forward professional development course


Apr 17, 2018
Fourth annual session of Lallemand Forward professional development course was a success On April 10-12, 2018, several key dairy nutritionists and consultants…
Apr 17, 2018 - Fourth annual session of Lallemand Forward professional development course was a success On April 10-12, 2018, several key dairy nutritionists and consultants…

Whitepaper: Results of global Rumen Efficiency survey


Apr 05, 2018
Open the image Did you know that about half of the dairy farms show suboptimal rumen efficiency? With high fluctuations in feed, milk and…
Apr 05, 2018 - Open the image Did you know that about half of the dairy farms show suboptimal rumen efficiency? With high fluctuations in feed, milk and…

9th Pilot Farm Day in Picardie (France)


Mar 06, 2018
    Lallemand Animal Nutrition invited livestock producers in the Pilot Farm Network to Picardie, France, for the 9th Pilot Farm Day…
Mar 06, 2018 -     Lallemand Animal Nutrition invited livestock producers in the Pilot Farm Network to Picardie, France, for the 9th Pilot Farm Day…

Warning: Hazardous Silage May Be Ahead


Jul 11, 2017
This year’s corn crop has already seen its share of weather events, and the effects of weather damage can last throughout silage…
Jul 11, 2017 - This year’s corn crop has already seen its share of weather events, and the effects of weather damage can last throughout silage…

We support professional development in effort to optimize farm profitability


Jun 09, 2017
Third session of Lallemand Forward professional development course focused on dairy cow, silage and nutrition management   Lallemand Animal Nutrition and Blanca…
Jun 09, 2017 - Third session of Lallemand Forward professional development course focused on dairy cow, silage and nutrition management   Lallemand Animal Nutrition and Blanca…

Heat stress significantly affects milk components and somatic cells


May 04, 2017
Heat stress is a common and growing concern in dairy cows and beef cattle and we are now fully aware that even…
May 04, 2017 - Heat stress is a common and growing concern in dairy cows and beef cattle and we are now fully aware that even…