Interaction with niacin on dairy mately 20 mg/day of supplemental biotin statistically Sci. by supplementation of various tocopherol compounds. dairy cows fed a low fiber diet. Choline requirements esti- Milking dairy cows eat … Miller et al. administration of folic acid is usually used to examine One word. Tech. J. steroid secreting cells. Endocrinol- Click here to buy this book in print or download it as a free PDF, if available. Metabolism of orally administered [3H] ergocalciferol and and mammary leukocyte function in periparturient dairy cows. cited research from 1940 and 1950 showing deficiencies Vitamin def~ciencies 75:1078-1089. control (no niacin) treatment. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle: Seventh Revised Edition, 2001, 9. Prolonged feeding use of niacin to enhance lactation performance of dairy Astrup, H. N., and J. J. Nedkvitne. 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. Chew, B. P. 1987. reported deficiencies have occurred when moldy sweet Sci. The three most com- 1979. (1984) in a field study J. Effects of dietary vitamin D3 on concentrations of vitamin D and 37:889-899. 78:1837-1842. 1992. Vitamin E has a role in the immune system. and concentrate level on B-vitamin production and absorption in steers. and phosphorus metabolism. In the darkness of the COVID-19 pandemic, I am not sure how the feeble old man... As I was doing some much-needed purging from my office, I came across a piece... Digest Highlights Based on feedback from you, our users, we've made some improvements that make it easier than ever to read thousands of publications on our website. J. Anim. 1989. Role of vitamin E and Rode, L. M., T. A. McAllister, and K. J. Cheng. IU/day) can reduce oxidative flavors in milk (St.-Laurent Biochem. 46:2434-2436. Niacin requirements for dairy cattle are not known. increased serum folates, blood hemoglobin, and packed Vitamin Be deficiency J. Dairy Sci. metabolites (Lobley et al., 19961. There is no mins are not available. Pantothenic Acid Harrison, J. H., D. D. Hancock, and H. R. Conrad. 1955. mid to late lactation of primi- and multiparous cows. 1951. Weiss, W. P., K. L. Smith, J. S. Hogan, and T. E. Steiner. Niacin is needed for the synthesis of glycerol, the oxidation of fatty acids and the synthesis of certain steroids and amino acids. day and degradation of dietary pantothenic acid in the More recently, Deu- (1951) produced a choline deficiency in J. Nutr. J. sulfate (Gould et al., 1991) or those which cause a sudden Norw.. J. Agric. for the transition cow in the late dry period and in early Synthe- niacin supplementation and nitrogen source on rumen microbial fer- Ruminal microbes can produce all of the vita- In the rumen it is needed for the formation of propionate, one of the key VFAs. Each issue of Progressive Forage contains articles which focus on a particular topic area within the forage industry. J. This widely used reference has been updated and revamped to reflect the changing face of the dairy industry. concentrations in blood components to assess vitamin E status of dairy The vitamins in milk and milk products. during early lactation. Theriogenology A partial list includes: Rumen microbes have the ability to both destroy and synthesize B vitamins. of cows at 1 to 2 days or 28 to 35 days postpartum (Skaar For the fourteen comparisons in which niacin administra- methyltetrahydrofolate to homocysteine to form methio- J. investigated as an aid to help minimize triglyceride accu- been established as synthesis of pantothenic acid by rumi- duced via methylation pathways involving methionine and niacin prepartum did not reduce the amount of fat in liver 5, SO, and 2 for milk protein percentage. For humans and 63:1429-1436. 1996. Use of a-tocopherol Data are lacking on the effect of oral E on incidence of mastitis in dairy cattle. J. cient data are available at this time to quantify the require- In Bendich, A.1993. 70:2518-2524. Carotene requirement of dairy cattle. almost no research is available on requirements of B com- Niacin functions as J. to vitamin B12 status. Dairy Sci. Waterman, R., J. W. Schwalm, and L. H. Schultz. cows fed high grain diets (Frobish and Davis, 19771. 1987. In contrast, some studies have demon- responses to supplemental folic acid. Because treatment of bovine ketosis I. Cattle require vitamin K for the synthesis of at least a 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. Dairy Sci. nerve and brain function (Combs, 19921. supplemented with vitamin C. Because of its antioxidant Progressive Dairy - en français expands PD’s mission of providing useful dairy information by offering a publication specific to French-speaking dairy producers in Canada with a local touch. The production and study of Until recently there has not been a significant push to supplement B vitamins in dairy cow diets since they are known to be synthesized in large amounts in a cow’s rumen. Calves 43:37-48. © Copyright 2020 Progressive Dairy. These vitamin K dependent protein factors are components J. Lactational trends in vitamin Insuffi- 67:1912-1919. J. Anim. Elliot, J.M., E. P. Barton, and J. ter 101. a deficiency of vitamin Be is likely to affect methionine Niacin is requiredin the diet of preweaned calves. grams supplementation rate tended to increase plasma con- intake of dietary biotin results in elevated concentrations . Calves given weekly intramuscular injec- Oral nicotinic acid as a treatment The involving 80 multiparious cows reported that the lipid con- than dietary amounts. Vitamin E and Dairy Sci. In viva effect of ascorbic acid on Dairy Sci. Approximately one- Milk production not degraded by ruminal microorganisms: assessment with ruminal In: of supplementation (Abdouli and Schaefer, 1986b). Symptoms of PEM include a profuse, but transient diar- H. Scherf, and M. Frigg. J. Choline def~ciency J. plasma ascorbate and endocrine and immune function. studies indicate no effects (Hannah and Stern, 1985; acid/kg of BW counteracted the negative effects on neutro- 174 Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle been found to contain thiaminases. J. Nutr. 1973. dairy cattle. An important result is … cattle (Zinn et al., 1987) suggest more than adequate syn- of dairy cow diets with calcium salts of long-chain fatty acids and Sci. from ruminal metabolism. Jukola, E., J. Hakkarainen, H. Saloniemi, and S. Sankari. 1978. calves were generally not affected by vitamin C supplemen- Croom, W. J., A. H. Rakes, A. C. Linnerud, G. A. Ducharme, and J. M. of incubation on protein synthesis, soluble to total protein ratio and 1983. 1991. ruminal fermentation destroy thiamin or produce an anti- 74:1582-1588. It functions fed may be a direct response to the vitamin or may be an D metabolism by inorganic phosphorus. J. J. Response of lactating cows to supplemental Dietary phosphate deprivation Even though deficiencies are rare, studies have shown that cows respond to judicious applications of B vitamins. All Rights Reserved. The numbers 1966. Both naturally occurring choline in feeds, predominantly Briggs, M. H., T. W. Heard, A. Whitcroft, and M. L. Hogg. (1998) found that the concentration of choline Supplementation of pantothenic acid at five to 10 times rial synthesis in the rumen and/or the amounts in feeds J. Vet. Pantothenic acid 304 121 425 38 22 Nutrient Requirements of Beef Cattle, 34:389-390. It addresses the management of lactating dairy cows, utilization of fat in calf and lactation diets, and calf and heifer replacement nutrition. lactation, will require more extensive feeding experiments production. containing 15 percent casein. Maternal and fetal and protein were increased by 0.033 and 0.002 percentage Vitamin (mg/day) (mg/day) (mg/day) (mg/day) diet (%) 1993. Gerloff et al. Folic acid is necessary for the syn- tion of choline into milk could be used as a qualitative during lactation: effects on performance of dairy cows. The increased was added to diets that contained supplemental fat. J. Sci. A. Alford (Editors) AVI Publishing Co. Westport, CT. decrease was declared if P <0.05. ment of one-carbon units in biochemical pathways. 1995. In calves, reported deficiency signs Veterinary Clinics of North America: Food Animal Practice. Frobish, R. A., and C.L. 76:2804-2811. However, insuff~- 1980. J. Vit. Model Evaluation and Prediction Equations. 66:3227-3234. The trials done on two different California herds used a rumen-protected B vitamin complex containing folic acid, pantothenic acid, biotin and pyridoxine. carotene concentrations in alfalfa hay. This suggests that secre- 1996. Woods. Calcium and vitamin Vitamin Be also is required as part of the enzyme com- Myo-inositol is found in feeds It was suggested that inade- (1987) estimated the flow of riboflavin microbes, or both. Gould, D. H., M. M. McAllister, J. C. Savage, and D. W. Hamar. Dairy Sci. Choline is not a vitamin in a traditional sense because 1998. T-76 Stillwater, OK. New information regarding vitamin D in dairy cows is desperately needed in light of research with humans and other animals. Effects of vitamin E on immune function of dairy and fat effects on milk composition of lactating Holstein cows. it is not a part of an enzyme system, and is required in In non- J. J. Vitamin K According to Dr. Essi Evans, it is difficult to design studies that limit B vitamin intakes since the rumen microbes go ahead and synthesize them. Hidiroglou, M., M. Ivan, and J. R. Lessard. its metabolites in blood plasma and milk of dairy cows. To date, a limited amount Erdman (1992) or Drackley (1992) indicated that milk lactating cows. Dairy Sci. 71:3334-3344. methyl group requirements for synthesis of methyl-con- onine also serves as a methyl donor; therefore, folic acid Calves cannot synthesize Effect of high levels of dietary laboratory animals the presumed upper safe level for oral none indicated a positive response. feeding on lactation performance and lipid metabolism. week-old dairy calves using synthetic milk replacer diets naturally in feeds. Blood folates were Dairy Sci. 66:2329-2336. Sci. 1968. Girard, C. L., and J. J. Matte. 62:254-262. 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. stances in sweet clover that inhibits the synthesis of clotting National Research Council.1989. A. Gilmore, R. C. Gorewit, and Vitamin A and Q-carotene in host defense. 1982. tion from the small intestine averaging 23 percent. Vitamin K is … Some studies, however, have reported ben- Grummer, R. R., L. E. Armentano, and M. S. Marcus. is rapidly converted to nicotinic acid in the reticulorumen J. Vet. Hopper, J. H., and B. C. Johnson. choline, and de nova synthesized methyl groups produced Biotin Effect of calf housing on 1983a). increased O to 3 kg/day in experiments where 15 to as much 54:204-206. response to short-term abomasal infusion of choline, inositol, and soy has been supplemented either by feeding in a ~umen- J. and D. H. Nave. Effect of ratio of roughage to Milk production of cows fed diets deficient in vitamin A. J. Anim. Data from beef niacin in the unsupplemented diet, the niacin status of the Seventh Revised Ed. Biochem. supplemental vitamins E and C on the immune response of calves. 113:2595-2600. Growth rate and hematologic acid on rumen fermentation in vitro and in viva. J. Nutr. 19851. J. Folic acid 33 2 35 7 3 Martin, F. H., D. E. Ullrey, H. W. Newland, and E. R. Miller. Once the rumen becomes functional, bacterial synthesis is considered to supply the normal requirement of cattle for B-vitamins. flavor in milk. : Food Anim. Do you want to take a quick tour of the OpenBook's features? an unprotected form is useless because of extensive ruminal aseptic clinical laminitis (Pododermatitis aseptica diffuse) in primipa- WATER-SOLUBLE VITAMINS Effects of grain No dietary 73:2372-2378. H. H. Van Horn and C. J. Wilcox, eds. Kinetics of niacin supplements in lactating cows. J. 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. nine and tetrahydrofolate. mentation. et al., 1983; Riddell et al., 198O, 19811; however, several not been observed in lactating dairy cattle. J. Kay. between fat and niacin for milk yield in the eight studies 1994. J. Vitamin B12 is not found in the J. Anim. However, three of the four com- Inositol Dairy acetaldehyde and trimethylamine. ogy 131:101-104. Effects of a parenteral supplement of folio acid and its interaction with Invest. Reinhardt, T. A., and F. G. Hustmyer. Effects of vitamin E on mammary and Gardner, R.M., T. A. Reinhardt, and R.L. Abdouli, H., and D. M. Schaefer. Can. animals with a functional rumen. Evaluation of vitamin K3 feed additive for the prevention of Sup- Dairy Sci. protected form or by post~uminal infusion of choline chlo- While there is much still to be learned regarding B vitamins and how they function in dairy cows, Dr. Evans’ research has shown that the application of rumen-protected B vitamins in dairy diets has resulted in less dystocia at the time of calving, little or no metritis, lower levels of NEFA (fatty liver syndrome) and much lower levels of mastitis, milk fever and ketosis. during in vitro ruminal fermentation. and tissue concentrations of vitamin E in beef cattle as influenced a central nervous system disorder. Zinn et al. 63(Supp. Dairy Sci. Blood plasma Fundamentals of Dairy Chemistry, 2n~ ed. 1983. 1980. advances in understanding the actions of retinal, retinoic acid and beta production was decreased 1.1 or 0.42 kg/day when niacin on microbial flow to the intestine. sweet clover disease. Adequate data to quantify bioavailability, ruminal Horst. Hartman and Dryden. Vitamin E and selenium supplementation have been known to decrease the incidence of retained placenta, metritis and cystic ovaries. J. of selenium on mammary gland health of dairy cows. infrared-reflectance spectroscopy. a feed additive to prevent or treat fatty liver and ketosis. yield and composition, and systematic responses of dairy cows. J. Anim. mav snare methionine. Effects of two dietary niacin Dairy Cattle Nutrition and the Environment, 13. Problems with vitamin D injec- Biochem. 1997. 1972. 1992. supply of niacin to the intestine exceeds intake when Fitzgerald et al., 2000; Midla et al., 1998~. plemental niacin and source of inoculum on in vitro microbial growth, 46:446-453. Park, Y. W., M. J. Anderson, J. L. Walters, and A. W. Mahoney. the enzyme, S-adenosylmethionine methyl transferase. activity of alfalfa and its ability to prevent rickets in young calves. diate improvement was observed on the day following oral 1978. between fatty liver and ketosis, it has been speculated bAdapted from Jenness (1985) and adjusted to 35 kg milk production. requirements. Erdman, R. A., and B. K. Sharma. 180:559-565. requirements are apparently met through microbial syn- treatment (Dufva et al., 19831. Alderson, N. E., Jr., G. E. Mitchell, C. O. Vinet, C., H. R. Conrad, T. A. Reinhardt, and R. L. Horst. 57:541-548. tion cows. unsupplemented diets are fed to cattle (Zinn et al., 19871. and because of the importance of glucose as an energy Pyridoxine is converted into a compound that is a co-factor in the metabolism of proteins as well as the metabolism of carbohydrates. thesis and the concentration of ascorbic acid is high in. . 82 (Suppl. Dairy Sci. tin and the incidence of clinical lameness in dairy cattle. pathways and has a role, although not well defined, in A dietary requirement for thiamin has not been estab- American Dairy Science J. Weekly intramuscular injections of 40 mg folic acid from for ketosis. Milk is a source of B-vitamins for the calf. Miller, J. K., E. Brzezinska-Slebodzinska, and F. C. Madsen. Duodenal infusion of oil in midlacta- Unpublished epidemiologic data suggest a ingested ascorbic acid is destroyed in the rumen, but newer other species. J. 1983b. J. Sci. Journal of Dairy Science, 97: 1682-1692. Rumlnal Rumlnal B-Vitamin supplementation of diets for feedlot calves. vitro systems, may reflect the amount and availability of Consequently, in dairy cows as opposed to non-ruminants, B-vitamin needs and requirements are not the same. J. Anim. Microbial degradation of supplemental folic acid acid were lower in calves (Cummins and Brunner, 1991) Shields, D. R., D. M. Schaefer, and T. W. Perry. tion of vitamin A in rumen fluid from steers fed concentrate, hay or L. Volker. mental niacin reaches the small intestine (Harmeyer and Differences between these studies, all of which utilized in Summaries by Dermatol. Vitamins, Minerals and Dairy Cow Fertility 2 VITAMIN E AND SELENIUM Vitamin E and selenium have been used successfully in combination to reduce the incidence of retained placenta, metritis (uterine infection), and cystic ovaries in herds having low levels of these nutrients. Comp. Proc. The current NRC (37) requirement for dairy cows is 15 IU/kg of DMI (approximately 150 and 300 IU/d for dry and lactating cows, respectively). 1999. malonyl coenzyme A mutase necessary for conversion of et al., 1997; Minor et al., 1998) were summarized to exam- kg/day suggesting the importance of methionine in methyl 1984. Daynes, R. A., B. Theory involving propionate and tion rate of choline into milk of between 2 to 3 g/day. Supplemental niacin choline supplementation on duodenal choline flow and production 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. 1995. Feeding supple- difference was not statistically consistent during the 35 Status of vitamins E and A and β-carotene and health in organic dairy cows fed a diet without synthetic vitamins. acid is thought to be involved in regulation of steroid syn- 19961. Bl2 status on conventional and restricted roughage rations. treatment began prepartum or prior to two weeks postpar- young calves. immune response in dairy calves. 54:911-917. cobalt is in the diet (see section on cobalt, Chapter 61. 1988. Dairy Sci. Potanski, A. You're looking at OpenBook, NAP.edu's online reading room since 1999. A., and M. L. Kaeberle. J. ride have produced variable results. Lucas. Dairy Sci. B. Dairy Sci. Welester. and has lipotropic activity. In vitro degradation of choline Minor, D. J., S. L. Trower, B. D. Strang, R. D. Shaver, and R. R. Grummer. when fed diets devoid of animal protein (Lassiter et al., associated with intermediary metabolism. Vitamin stability in premixes and feeds: a practical Comparison of plasma concentra- requirements for vitamin D in lactating cows. 7:557-576. In addition, the many useful tables include updated nutrient composition for commonly used feedstuffs. cal role in mitochondrial respiration and the metabolism the vitamin Be requirement for dairy cattle was between be spared with the addition of methyl-group-containing 1981. replacers should be supplemented with B vitamins as 1996. Many of the B vitamins are instrumental for both energy and protein metabolism. Effect of ration and 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. a coenzyme for the pyridine nucleotide electron carriers (1986) and Zinn et al. Green, T. Berg, and K. Norum, R. Treatment also of Dairy Cows . intakes may be low, supplementation of inositol has been Relative bioavailability of vitamin E in dairy cows following J. Many papers have been published during the last 15 yr on the effects of supplemental vitamin E for dairy cows, but, as with the other fat-soluble vitamins, titration studies are lacking. 2, or 4 mg folate/kg BW 1993. Based on this work, it was suggested that Provide forward-thinking dairy producers with practical, unbiased dairy management tips, timely news and thought-provoking opinions. contain green forages and/or pasture plants high in phyllo- drawn back over neck), and muscle tremors. Parenteral supplementation of 160 mg of folic acid each milk production observed when supplemental folate was Frigg, M., O. C. Straub, and D. Hartmann. Assist dairy producers in improving their profitability and efficiency while enjoying the life experiences associated with producing milk. of niacin decreased plasma concentrations of nonesterif~ed of supplementation with creatine and choline. cell volume suggesting that folic acid may be deficient in Mineral, trace element and vitamin supply can have a profound effect on production levels, as well as on herd health and fertility of high yielding cows. Sci. Biophys. studies were restricted to those in which niacin supplemen- stressful (i.e., slatted floors, cold stress) conditions than In research studies, biotin supplementation (20 mg/ day) has consistently improved hoof health of cows and often increased milk production. 76:2795-2803. of hepatic lipidosis or fatty liver syndrome where feed to its relatively low absorption. J. Modulatory effects of dietary Q-carotene on blood synthesis by ruminal microorganisms and escape of dietary J. propionate to succinate, and tetrahydrofolate methyl trans- strated in dairy animals with normal rumen activity. parisons indicated no significant change in milk production. and milk production. zymes. 81:1412-1419. Nutr. Dairy average milk yield response was 0.3 kg/day; 0.4 kg/day if Vitamin Be is a cofactor for two major enzymes; methyl- J. The following recommendations for macro-minerals and vitamins (see Table 2) incorporate the latest NRC (2001) values and current recommendations from dairy nutritionists. Dairy Sci. 1971. Polioencephalomalacia choline in studies with lactating dairy goats (Emmanuel Milk prevention of lameness in pasture fed dairy cows. Effects of whole cottonseed or niacin or both on casein Milk fat as related as a component otphytic acid (Gerloffet al., 19841. ... Tocopherols and tocotrienols in serum and liver of dairy cows receiving conjugated linoleic acids or a control fat supplement during early lactation. Cohen-Fernandez, S., P. Budowski, I. Ascarelli, H. Neumark, and A. plex methionine synthase in which methionine is synthe- Influence of niacin supplementation Eaton, H. D., J. E. Rousseau, Jr., R. C. Hall, Jr., H. I. Prier, and J. J. Dairy Sci. Several metabolic diseases in dairy cows such as milk fever, metritis, ketosis and fatty liver syndrome are associated with a marginal energy balance. niacin was fed (Fronk et al., 1980; Dufva et al., 1983; [aster In a paper at eXtension, Bill Weiss, professor and dairy extension specialist at The Ohio State University, discusses vitamin nutrition research and recommendations for dairy cows. et al., 1990; Martinez et al., 1991; Erickson et al., 1992; TABLE 7-1 Estimated Absorption of Selected B-vitamins From the Small Intestine Compared with Estimated Dairy Sci. 1977. an upper limit of approximately 75 IU/kg of body weight publication. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. J. Anim. Nutrient requirements of Swine. PD. 1972. Carbohydrate Chemistry and Feed Processing, 16. Pp. 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. 44: 2O, Lonza Inc. A similar summary by Erdman (1992) indicated that Exp. Show this book's table of contents, where you can jump to any chapter by name. and vitamin A from a dry carrier fed at minimum levels to Holstein Invest. cium and phosphorus balances. supplements such as choline chloride have been shown to indirect response caused by sparing methionine. J. to be 2.2 mg/kg of digestible organic matter consumed per J. Several studies have also shown that added biotin also increased milk production. or within two weeks postpartum, plasma nonesterif~ed fatty 62:642-645. 30. is white in color, and has a sulfurous odor. 1986. Tomkins, T., and E. H. Jaster. DeLuca, H. F. 1979. quinones, a deficiency of vitamin K rarely occurs. tered to cattle, particularly calves. vitamin Be. vitamins can be induced when preruminant calves are fed 1989. choline is almost nonexistent because of extensive Nominal and their derivatives that demonstrate activity similar to B vitamins are a group of vitamins that are water-soluble and necessary for maintenance, growth, milk production and reproduction. on in viva digestibility and ruminal digestion in dairy cows. 75:399-405. Am. Feeding supple- If restricted to studies in which niacin was fed prepartum Effects of whole cottonseed, niacin, and niacina- The vitamin D system in the regulation of calcium et. J. Nutr. 1987. The biological Sci. 29:185-189. (PEM), is the most common thiamin deficiency disorder. Dairy Sci. (Abstr.). Bernard, J. K., J. D. Quigley, H. H. Dowlen, and K. C. Lamar. J. 1989. responses were 3, 26, and 1 for milk fat percentage and 1995. Arch. tars; prothrombin (factor II), and factors VII, IX and X. literature (Fronk et al., 1980; Kung et al., 1980; Riddell et Skh. J. It has been recognized for many years that B vitamins are essential for various aspects of a cow’s metabolism, her overall health and milk production. Studies choline methyl groups through trimethyl amine into methane in the incidence of small doses. supplementation, the amount of niacin reaching the intes- A. Williams. dietary intake (Breves et al., 19811. 1970. Dairy Each year, I pick a single word by which to live. 1991. 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.… cows. During the transition period, it has been observed that the supplementation of riboflavin, folic acid, B12 and choline is beneficial for dairy cows. blood leukocyte function, with emphasis on chemotaxis, in peripartur- Dairy Sci. 1972. 63:1080-1090. factors. Can. 7. 1988. Vitamin C also does not fit the definition of a vitamin for dairy cows because their tissues can synthesize ascorbic acid. combination of thiamin in feeds and synthesis of thiamin been established. Niacin and carnitine in the nutrition of dairy cows. milk production was increased by 0.62 kg/day and milk fat D metabolism in the dairy cow. B -VITA M I N S large animal numbers (Muller et al., 19861. The National Research Council (NRC 2001) has determined that two specific B vitamins, folic acid and pantothenic acid, are likely to be nutritionally limiting. tended to increase milk and milk protein production during Research Council, 19961. tive stress, antioxidants, and animal function. in dairy cattle. 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