Minimizing stress during a dairy cow’s transition period by managing the environment surrounding her is always top of mind. Beyond the external environment, it’s just as critical to understand how to support a fresh cow internally, through proper transition cow nutrition.
“Understanding the specific nutritional needs of fresh cows gives us the opportunity to fully unlock potential milk production,” said Jeff Tikofsky, a dairy nutritionist with Purina Animal Nutrition.
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