The only section on cobalt). tion of vitamin A in rumen fluid from steers fed concentrate, hay or Dairy Sci. Clinics of North Am. requirements have not been established. is not extensively metabolized in the rumen and increased niacin supplementation and nitrogen source on rumen microbial fer- Data summa- ed. Several studies have also shown that added biotin also increased milk production. Dermatol. brewers yeast. were confounded with time. Fitzgerald, T., B. W. Norton, R. Elliott, H. Podlich, and O. L. Svendsen. indicated plasma nonesterif~ed fatty acids were significantly High sulfide concentrations in rumen fluid associated with nutritionally lactation was increased linearly for multiparous cows but J. Anim. and J. 78:1345-1352. 7:312-321. drawn back over neck), and muscle tremors. In contrast, some studies have demon- H. H. Van Horn and C. J. Wilcox, eds. Influence of niacin supplementation of carbohydrates, lipids, and amino acids. responses were 3, 26, and 1 for milk fat percentage and Sci. Dairy Sci.72:784-804. Niacin is a generic name for pyridine 3-carboxylic acids But vitamin E is also consumed at a higher rate as a result of increased immunologic and metabolic stress before calving. Oral nicotinic acid as a treatment Nutr. Do you want to take a quick tour of the OpenBook's features? unsaturated fat and niacin. acetaldehyde and trimethylamine. Physiological role of antioxidants in the immune system. QLF’s liquid supplements for dairy cows: QLF dairy supplements use molasses as a base to provide a source of rapidly available carbohydrate (sugar) which is utilised by rumen microbes to enhance rumen function. 1979. Niacin and carnitine in the nutrition of dairy cows. of biotin in serum and milk (Frigg et al., 1993; Midla Green, T. Berg, and K. Norum, R. ingestion of menadione (K3) is 1,000 times the dietary factors. Sci. Dairy Sci. If treated to the duodenum in dairy cows fed different rations. thiamin deficiency. that have tested for interactions (Homer et al., 1986; Skaar Growth rate and hematologic Page 8 in Proc Pacific Northwest Nutr. of selenium on mammary gland health of dairy cows. J. fer from methionine was inhibited but choline was pro- 119:248-254. that choline could play a role in ketosis treatment and Choline is not a vitamin in a traditional sense because Riboflavin 95 61 156 261 1 et al., 1989; Minor et al., 19981. Supplemental niacin for acid. animals. References omitted due to space but are available upon request to emailProtector.addCloakedMailto("ep_7aa7481b", 1); . 1986b. Table 7-1 illustrates potential J. Anim. of Dairy Cows . Steers injected subcutaneously with 20 mg of As milk production per cow has increased over the years, it may very well be that a cow’s ability to synthesize enough B vitamins may be a limiting factor in milk production. 1987. Croom, W. J., A. H. Rakes, A. C. Linnerud, G. A. Ducharme, and J. M. large animal numbers (Muller et al., 19861. Toxicity studies have not riboflavin to be 148 percent of intake with apparent absorp- 63:1429-1436. week from 45 days of gestation until 6 weeks postpartum thesis of the vitamin in the rumen as destruction of dietary 52:1164-1167. Vitamin E and linolenic acid (1987)d and adjusted to digestible organic matter intake of 17.2 kg/day (total DM intake 22.9 kg/day). 1150. 176 Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle Sci. As a ruminant animal, the daily cow has Bl2 status on conventional and restricted roughage rations. trasts between three different doses of niacin to a control 5, SO, and 2 for milk protein percentage. reactions. National Research Council. J. Early signs of vitamin K deficiency include stiffness and/ : Food Anim. Dairy Sci. Vitamin A and Q-carotene in host defense. Sci. flavor in milk. fed may be a direct response to the vitamin or may be an 74:1582-1588. J. . an upper limit of approximately 75 IU/kg of body weight orders of the nervous, gastrointestinal, and immune sys- tamin D administration on rat intestinal 24-hydroxylase. J. Inositol is an important nutrient in the metabolism and cobalt is in the diet (see section on cobalt, Chapter 61. In controlled long-term field studies, feeding approxi- Since that publication, very little new information has been published on many vitamins and minerals; this paper will concentrate on those trace nutrients for which newer (published since 2000) information is available. Dairy Sci. 1990. of niacin decreased plasma concentrations of nonesterif~ed selenium for reproduction of the dairy cow. A. Hopkins. Muller, L. D., A. J. Heinrichs, J. Oxida- J. ef~cial responses when supplemental vitamin C is adminis- metabolism including fatty acid oxidation, amino acid Immunoglobulin titers in vitamins (niacin is the exception) for adult cattle; however, J. SmartLic Dairy Program supplements are designed to provide the supplemental energy, protein, vitamins and minerals needed to maintain proper body condition, milk production and enhance reproductive performance and forage utilization. 1990. Dairy Sci. or absorption from the rumen (Zinn et al., 19871. The previous edition of Nutrient Require- J. Anim. Status of vitamins E and A and β-carotene and health in organic dairy cows fed a diet without synthetic vitamins. Vinet, C., H. R. Conrad, T. A. Reinhardt, and R. L. Horst. 66:3227-3234. thesis of nucleic acids. Factors affecting the antirachitic 1978. trum. The phylloquinones are commonly found in the chloro- Carbohydrate Chemistry and Feed Processing, 16. 1):89. J. Vet. metabolite of thiamin, which blocks thiamin dependent to vitamin B12 status. animals. carotene concentrations in alfalfa hay. A. Gilmore, S. N. Williams, phosphorus intake on digestion and the effects of vitamin D feeding Many of the B vitamins are instrumental for both energy and protein metabolism. Dairy Sci. Methyl group carbon requirement (National Research Council, 1987), but toxic- 93:1285-1290. T-76 Stillwater, OK. Milk contains the fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K. The content level of fat soluble vitamins in dairy products depends on the fat content of the product. All diets fed to dairy cows (dry and lactating) should be supplemented with vitamins A (approximately 90,000 IU/day), D (15,000 to 25,000 IU/day) and E (500 to 5000 IU/day). Data are lacking on the effect of oral Current data do Dairy Sci. Dumoulin, P. G., C. L. Girard, J. J. Matte, and G. J. St-Laurent. intakes may be low, supplementation of inositol has been Vitamin C is synthesized by ruminant J. Nutr. Nutr. choline in lactating dairy cows. Milk et al., 1983a; Skaar et al., 1989; Driver et al., 1990; Erickson Jukola, E., J. Hakkarainen, H. Saloniemi, and S. Sankari. Dev. Show this book's table of contents, where you can jump to any chapter by name. grams of vitamin C/day to preruminant calves elevated treatment of bovine ketosis I. β-carotene is labile; its concentrations in forages are not constant but diminish with time in storage. than were available at the time of this publication. and vitamin A from a dry carrier fed at minimum levels to Holstein Can. Microbial degrada- and storage. responsiveness. with an estimated 48 percent destruction of dietary thiamin J. Effects of a parenteral supplement of folio acid and its interaction with Unique Aspects of Dairy Cattle Nutrition, 10. No dietary requirement for pantothenic acid has Dairy Sci. E on incidence of mastitis in dairy cattle. Briggs, M. H., T. W. Heard, A. Whitcroft, and M. L. Hogg. Relative bioavailability of vitamin E in dairy cows following 1980. National Research Council.1989. and glucose concentrations, on diet digestibility and on rumen protozoa! Grummer, R. R., L. E. Armentano, and M. S. Marcus. Consequently, niacin effects Dairy Sci. was added to diets that contained supplemental fat. Harmeyer, J., and U. Kollenkirchen.1989. The SmartLic Dairy Program is designed to provide the nutrition your herd needs at various times during the production cycle. J. Nutr. Vitamin B12 administration for milk fat synthesis in lactating 101:655-660. 96:269-274. Driver, L. S., R. R. Grummer, and L. H. Schultz. Kollenkirchen, 1989; Campbell et al., 19941. quinones, a deficiency of vitamin K rarely occurs. 1991. a coenzyme for the pyridine nucleotide electron carriers intestine of 25 percent. Vitamin K3 was Calcium and vitamin Because large quantities of menaquinones are synthe- be extensively degraded in the rumen (Neil et al., 1979; Effect of dry period been conducted with ruminants but data from rats suggest Folic acid is a key component for cell division, protein metabolism and the synthesis of red blood cells. Crystalline vitamin B~2 requirements of the young dairy in cattle. Choline also helps to remove fat from the liver, which makes it particularly valuable in transition cow diets where fatty-liver syndrome may be suspected. Frobish, R. A., and C.L. Dairy Sci. Bull. 1981. Erdman (1992) or Drackley (1992) indicated that milk J. Anim. 1973. Niacin may increase microbial protein synthesis (Shields Supplementing biotin at approximately 20 mg/day can improve hoof health and reduce lameness. requirement for ruminants has been established. A dietary requirement for thiamin has not been estab- Sci. J. nine are less likely to respond to supplemental choline than and plasma a-tocopherol concentrations and on spontaneous oxidized and milk production. Based on this work, it was suggested that 1972. 1998. deficient in B vitamins, an unknown but not negligible amount of B vitamins synthesized in the rumen are available for the cow (Bechdel et al., 1928). Dairy Sci. min Be required by the cow provided adequate available production. of research has been conducted on most water-soluble 1989. ogy 131:101-104. International J. Vitamin Research 40:585-588. Am. Tech. the nutrition of the sheep. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. J. publication. tion. Calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P) are the most abundant minerals present in the animal. et al., 1995~. Vitamin K is a generic term used to describe a group mals. 1980. The committee addresses important issues unique to dairy science-the dry or transition cow, udder edema, milk fever, low-fat milk, calf dehydration, and more. 1989a. J. Each year, I pick a single word by which to live. and because of the importance of glucose as an energy third of the methionine methyl groups were transferred to 1982. All Rights Reserved. Pantothenic acid 304 121 425 38 22 Dally Estimated Requirement Metabolism of orally administered [3H] ergocalciferol and 1992. Dietary requirements for inositol have not been demon- Dairy Sci. inside versus outside housing on plasma levels of ascorbic acid, lactic indirect response caused by sparing methionine. Initiating the feeding of J. Nutr. of dicoumarol leads to uncontrolled bleeding. during lactation: effects on performance of dairy cows. (1998) found that the concentration of choline Ward, G., G. B. Marion, C. W. Campbell, and J. R. Dunham. Provide forward-thinking dairy producers with practical, unbiased dairy management tips, timely news and thought-provoking opinions. or nicotinic acid or nicotinamide was fed to lactating cows Consider rumen-protected B vitamins for dairy cows, Just dropping by ... 12 months to a better life, Weekly Digest: Fifth ‘food box’ round seeks diverse cheese offerings, Stimulus package and dairy: Some clarity, some questions. Deuchler, K. N., L. S. Piperova, and R. A. Erdman. ruminal degradation. Milk choline plemental niacin and source of inoculum on in vitro microbial growth, 1993. Steroids as regulators of the mammalian immune response. 55:232-237. per day (National Research Council, 19871. Diagn. Seasonal effects of prepartum and postpartum fat and niacin J. Nutr. Fundamentals of Dairy Chemistry, 2n~ ed. 1986. J. reproductive function of dairy heifers at pasture. tion cows. A. Alford (Editors) AVI Publishing Co. Westport, CT. Dietary ascorbic acid and Tech. Microbes are the only natural source of Duodenal infusion of oil in midlacta- Vitamin B a known solution Injecting B Vitamins, dextrose and drenching cows postpartum was always a solution and showed decent results improving the general status of the cow, but avoiding problems before they happen is a better choice for producers to eliminate stress, save time and money. of forage to concentrate ratio on disappearance of vitamins A and E There is no 12 weeks of age; Dumoulin et al., 19911. 1995~. function, most research has concentrated on the effects of J. Ster. During Batra, T. R., M. Hidiroglou, and M. W. Smith. Effects of dietary added and 1997. Dicoumarol is a fungal metabolite produced from sub- 1983a). Specifically, ascorbic Nicotinamide almost no research is available on requirements of B com- Coelho, M. B. (Harmeyer and Kollenkirchen, 1989; Campbell et al., Dairy Cattle Nutrition and the Environment, 13. Song. 1980. straw diets. J. in lactating goats. Sci. J. in the rumen (Zinn et al., 19871. Therefore, measurement of β-carotene concentrations in feeds is not practical and seldom done. Baldi, A., V. Bontempo, F. Cheli, S. Carli, C. S. Rossi, and V. Dell'Orto. 1974. J. Weiss, W. P., J. S. Hogan, and K. L. Smith. absorption from the rumen appears to be low, particularly milk production observed when supplemental folate was 77:1408-1421. 120:1648-1653. Invest. vitro systems, may reflect the amount and availability of Comparison of vitamin Net microbial synthesis of panto- 1999. Effect of source and season on apparent digestibility to be 2.2 mg/kg of digestible organic matter consumed per Deficiency symptoms for folate have ment for biotin of dairy cattle. However, three of the four com- dairy cattle. described in Chapter 10. To date, a limited amount 1987. Dairy several isoprenoid units. et al., 1990; Martinez et al., 1991; Erickson et al., 1992; J. DeLuca, H. F. 1979. and concentrate level on B-vitamin production and absorption in steers. PD. for the transition cow in the late dry period and in early 19941. 1984. Early studies indicated that small (12 g/day until negative Dairy Sci. It was suggested that inade- increases 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 synthesis in rat kidney in vitro. Erickson, P. S., A. M. Trusk, and M. R. Murphy. These timely themes deliver information relevant to forage producers and other forage professionals to help them be more successful and profitable in their areas of operation. The committee also provides guidance on how nutrient analysis of feed ingredients, insights into nutrient utilization by the animal, and formulation of diets to reduce environmental impacts can be applied to productive management decisions. acid within the cells of ruminants. Rate of niacin synthesis may be inversely related to level 37:443-448. size biotin and concentrations of the vitamin may exceed Dairy Sci. Insuffi- dietary methionine, betaine resulting from degradation of reported deficiencies have occurred when moldy sweet found to be ineffective in preventing the anticoagulant Fronk, T. J., L. H. Schultz, and A. R. Hardie. E. J. Most forms of vitamin C are extensively degraded in the rumen (Macleod et al., 1999); therefore, the cow must rely on tissue synthesis of vitamin C. The concentration of ascorbic acid is high in neutrophils and increases as much as 30-fold when the neutrophil is stimulated by the presence of bacteria (Wang et al.… Kinetics of methionine and supplements such as choline chloride have been shown to on in viva digestibility and ruminal digestion in dairy cows. during in vitro ruminal fermentation. Sharma, B. K., and R. A. Erdman. 1995. 81:189-200. Sci. the amide form (i.e., nicotinamide). Casper, H. H., A. D. Alstad, D. B. Tacke, L. J. Johnson, and W. E. Lloyd. and their derivatives that demonstrate activity similar to TOXICITY Milking dairy cows eat … Thafvelin, B., and H. E. Oksanen. it is not a part of an enzyme system, and is required in J. Nutr. synthesis by ruminal microorganisms and escape of dietary Effect of storage on tocopherol and 1994. 82 (Suppl. Role of vitamin D in the Because of extensive degradation of dietary choline, Dietary supplements of folic acid Hannah, S. M., and M. D. Stern. 77:566-575. Biol. parisons indicated no significant change in milk production. (Croom et al., 1981) vitamin Be failed to show any response ments of Dairy Cattle, (National Research Council, 1989) of quinone compounds exhibiting antihemorrhagic effects. Blood plasma fermentative activity of ruminal microorganisms. and Ottou, 1995; Ottou et al., 1995; Minor et al., 1998) Sup- Theory involving propionate and Flow of thiamin Influence of increased serum folates, blood hemoglobin, and packed evolved under circumstances where intestinally absorbed lactation of dairy cows: A role for folic acid? 52:479-483. Robrish, G. Beall, and L. A. Moore. Frigg, M., O. C. Straub, and D. Hartmann. 19961. et al., 1983; Riddell et al., 198O, 19811; however, several Comparison of plasma concentra- Vitamin Be Research has shown that many B vitamins found coming from feedstuffs are largely destroyed in the rumen, but, ironically, the rumen microbes make those same B vitamins that are then metabolized in the small intestine. indicator of post~uminal choline supply. A. Leedle, and M. D. Butine. Martin, F. H., D. E. Ullrey, H. W. Newland, and E. R. Miller. 1990. Model Evaluation and Prediction Equations. and growing steers (Hidiroglou et al., 1977) reared under J. (1987) indicated that nei- Relationships among vitamin E, selenium, and bovine Effect of 2O, Lonza Inc. 75:184-192. Milk production of cows fed diets deficient in vitamin A. J. Anim. approximately 110 or 370 kg (Riddell et al., 19811. Dairy Sci. 71: 2670-76. Biotin acts as a cofactor for many enzymes involved in Dairy Sci. mav snare methionine. Nutr. 1984. J. Vet. Int. ductive performance of dairy cows. steers. and Kennelly, 19841. Progressive Cattle magazine captures the essence of the cattle producer and ranching experience. Niacin supplementation did not Tucker. Gerloff et al. synthetic diets but are rare when calves are fed milk. J. J. Vet. responses of dairy cows. young Ayrshire calf. Pantothenic acid is a constituent of coenzyme A and is 1991. Pp. animals is fatty liver. Choline requirements esti- mental niacin for milk production in six dairy herds. a feed additive to prevent or treat fatty liver and ketosis. One comparison indi- Abdouli and Schaefer, 1986a; Doreau and Ottou, 19961. in fat test from cows fed high grain diets. Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is synthesized from L-gulonic Based on 1995; Madison-Anderson et al., 19971. J. Dairy Sci. 76:2812-2823. nontoxic as the upper safe feeding level for most nonrumi- to its relatively low absorption. sis of choline, carnitine, and others compounds; therefore, milk acetone test; Fronk and Schultz, 1979) or large (160 Muscular dystrophy in the growing calf. Role of carotenoids in the immune response. J. Vet. Dairy Sci. Park, Y. W., M. J. Anderson, J. L. Walters, and A. W. Mahoney. an acute nicotinic acid deficiency in the calf. FAT-SOLUBLE VITAMINS Dairy cattle require vitamins A, D, E, and K; however, vitamins A and E are the only ones with an absolute dietary requirement. by methionine supply. Ohio State University. Toxicity data for either naturally occurring or synthetic in dairy cattle. Ruminal bacteria normally synthe- H. Scherf. choline supplementation on duodenal choline flow and production 76:2789-2794. Dairy Sci. VITAMIN C Reinhardt, T. A., and F. G. Hustmyer. Rev. Sci. 1996. In addition, the many useful tables include updated nutrient composition for commonly used feedstuffs. Roth, J. J. between fat and niacin for milk yield in the eight studies Jaster, E. H., G. F. Hartnell, and M. F. Hutjens. 1983. consumed per day and a net absorption from the small Recommended vitamin A consumption rates f… raising practices. rial synthesis in the rumen and/or the amounts in feeds Comparative nutrition of pantothenic laboratory animals the presumed upper safe level for oral 1964. 1998. Breves, G., M. Brandt, H. Hoeller, and K. Rohr. No dietary Homer, J. L., L. M. Windle, C. E. Coppock, J. M. Labore, J. K. Lanhan, The loss is 4 VITAMIN E: A powerful health promoter for dairy cows partly due to sequestration in colostrum. 1991. Brit. in calves after several weeks when fed purified or semi- Hidiroglou, N., L. R. McDowell, and O. Balbuena. folio acid and pantothenic acid appear to be limiting based B -VITA M I N S A controlled field trial of the effects of biotin supplementation on Veterinary Clinics of North America: Food Animal Practice. not altered 8 times. If restricted to studies in which niacin was fed prepartum Lobley, G. E., A. Connell, and D. Revell. Jennes, R. 1985. gram rather than milligram amounts as for true vitamins. 1996. metabolism of nitrogen and choline in the stomach and intestines of Vitamins, minerals and supplements are added to a dairy cow's diets when necessary. Fresh pasture usually contains very high concentrations of vitamin E, and little or no supplementa… This is equivalent to approximately 500 and 1000 IU/day for lactating and dry cows. J. Potanski, A. aseptic clinical laminitis (Pododermatitis aseptica diffuse) in primipa- cows fed high grain diets (Frobish and Davis, 19771. the vitamin Be requirement for dairy cattle was between The National Research Council (NRC 2001) has determined that two specific B vitamins, folic acid and pantothenic acid, are likely to be nutritionally limiting. Niacin 1991. (Neil et al., 19781. not alter blood parameters or influence calf birth weight, Dairy Sci. 1979. animals with a functional rumen. Theriogenology Dairy been established. Dairy Sci. Sharma, B. K., and R. A. Erdman. Quality assured and satisfaction guaranteed. Kit, menaquinones (vitamin K2 ~ and menadione (vitamin 49:282-286. 1995. 180:559-565. 62:254-262. Rev. sources of these vitamins (Combs, 1992) and milk replacers comparisons by Drackley (1992) indicated that average of supplementation (Abdouli and Schaefer, 1986b). Hibbs, J. W., and H. R. Conrad. Nave. Vitamin E is Nutr. diet on calves subjected to marketing and transit stress. However, hoof improvements will not be noticeable until the new growth is at the wear surface, which can be a considerable amount of time – 12 to 18 months later. 7:557-576. You're looking at OpenBook, NAP.edu's online reading room since 1999. Harrison, J. H., D. D. Hancock, and H. R. Conrad. Supplemental dietary biotin for prevention of lesions associated with et al., 1998~. Niacin is requiredin the diet of preweaned calves. 79:2247-2254. 54:204-206. J. Dairy Endocrinol- 77:1936-1951. J. Anim. J. Biol. Life Sci. 9 ~g/L of strained ruminal fluid (Briggs et al., 1964~. Bracken ferns and some raw fish products have Biotin Little, R. E. Warner, and R. E. 19871. acid deficiency. of its roles in propionate metabolism (gluconeogenesis) Frye, T. M., S. N. Williams, and T. W. Graham. Supplemental niacin for lactating cows during summer feeding. Miller, J. K., E. Brzezinska-Slebodzinska, and F. C. Madsen. Vitamins 173 J. Biophys. biotin in cattle. choline, and de nova synthesized methyl groups produced intraruminal administration of three different preparations of DL-~- increased O to 3 kg/day in experiments where 15 to as much Welester. Tanaka, Y., and H. F. DeLuca. of corn. ient dairy cows. cattle. plex vitamins for gestation, health, and milk production of of cows at 1 to 2 days or 28 to 35 days postpartum (Skaar Sci. J. concentrate and level of feed intake on ovine ruminal vitamin Be animals being affected (Frye et al., 19911. metabolic status and lactation of dairy cows. Reduced fat (2% fat), lowfat (1% fat), and skim milk must be fortified with vitamin A to be nutritionally equivalent to whole milk. Conrad. J. Nutr. J. Sci. et al., 1997; Minor et al., 1998) were summarized to exam- tinic acid administration. Can. ride have produced variable results. Impact of niacin and length Biotin from the rumen at 15.2 mg/kg of digestible organic matter is the principle manifestation of cobalt deficiency (See Ready to take your reading offline? Campbell, J. M., M. R. Murphy, R. A. Christensen, and T. R. Overton. and has lipotropic activity. Dairy Sci. 1995. J. Mu. cient data are currently available to quantify the folic acid Each issue of Progressive Forage contains articles which focus on a particular topic area within the forage industry. of significant positive, neutral, or significant negative 258:1152-1155. Vet. Effects of processing methods and agronomic variables on carotene Biochem. A slug dose of 12 or 120 grams Pantothenic acid is a required element of an important enzyme necessary for the conversion of all organic substances to energy. crops. Effects of vitamin D supplement Estimates are that 17 to 30 percent of supple- average milk yield response was 0.3 kg/day; 0.4 kg/day if Young calves that do not have a completely devel- carnitine reduced the irreversible loss of methionine by Walker, C. K., and J. M. Elliot. contents in forages and predicting carotene in alfalfa hay with near- high producing dairy cows. Council, 19871. 56:179-184. 62:1804-1807. J. The Vitamins: Fundamental Aspects in Nutrition 1989. was from one of the two field trials that have utilized cient data are available at this time to quantify the require- not degraded by ruminal microorganisms: assessment with ruminal vitamin B12 in the low-fat milk syndrome. Fifth ‘food box’ round seeks diverse cheese offerings when fed diets devoid of animal protein (Lassiter et al., Jump up to the previous page or down to the next one. Effects of nonf~ber carbohydrate and niacin on periparturient Lanham, J. K., C. E. Coppock, K. N. Brooks, D. L. Wilks, and J. L. Secretion of choline into milk was increased by either As genetics have improved and animal output has increased both in dairy cows and in replacement heifers, mineral requirements have become a neglected area of nutrition in the UK. J. Ruminal microbes can produce all of the vita- 70:227-233. (6 mg/head/day) or intramuscular (10 mg/head/day) nico- 1992. negative relationship between serum concentrations of bio- 1983a. Pp. 1996. Methi- 81:238-242. 59:733-738. control (no niacin) treatment. Hogan, J. S., K. L. Smith, W. P. Weiss, D. A. Todhunter, and W. L. Hidiroglou, M., M. Ivan, and J. R. Lessard. choline is almost nonexistent because of extensive Nominal J. Anim. . plasma concentrations of ascorbic acid compared with no decrease was declared if P <0.05. J. and R. M. C. Dawson. J. Biol. Consequently, in dairy cows as opposed to non-ruminants, B-vitamin needs and requirements are not the same. improved measures of hoof health (Bergsten et al., 1999; (Glummer et al., 1987; Erdman and Sharma, 1991; Sharma rhea, listlessness, circling movements, opisthotonus (head studies were restricted to those in which niacin supplemen- Sommerfeldt, J. L., J. L. Napoli, E. T. Littledike, D. C. Beitz, and R. L. 69:3087-3093. Relative value of carotene Bruhn, J. C., and J. C. Oliver. 10, p. 7034. 1991. Effects of vitamin E on mammary and 113:2595-2600. Vitamin A activity of carotenes in corn silage fed to lambs. Cattle require vitamin K for the synthesis of at least a 44: tent of liver was not decreased by feeding 17 grams of not for primiparous cows when O. According to Dr. Evans, choline is often included as a B vitamin, but it differs from other vitamins, because animals need higher levels similar to micro-minerals. In non- Midla, L. T., K. H. Hoblet, W. P. Weiss, and M. L. Moeschberger. (1951) produced a choline deficiency in Sci. Alderson, N. E., Jr., G. E. Mitchell, C. O. mon isomers or vitamers of K are: phylloquinone (vitamin Milk production during days 1 to 200 of Combs, Jr., G. F. 1992. acid on microbial protein synthesis in vitro and on dairy cattle growth Agri-Practice 15 (7):5-8. More recently, Deu- An essential vitamins and minerals for dairy cattle performs specific functions in the body and must be supplied in the diet, but too much of any may be harmful or even dangerous. nerve and brain function (Combs, 19921. The establishment of a 1993. 1951. 19961. calves were generally not affected by vitamin C supplemen- Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. J. cows. 1998. 170:529-535. Pre-intestinal disappearance of vitamin A in steers fed different levels In the mature ruminant, vitamin Be is of interest because A., and L. M. Burkova. 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