Dairy cows are at risk of ketosis in early lactation, especially during the transition period surrounding parturition.
Researchers at the University of California-Davis School of Veterinary Medicine recently conducted a study to determine if supplementing transition Holstein and Jersey cows with a glucose precursor product (GPP; Glucose Booster) increases milk, fat and protein production as well as if it increases blood glucose, decreases blood ketone bodies and reduces the inciden
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