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Research Magazine Summer 1997: Dedicated to Dairy

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Title: Research Magazine Summer 1997: Dedicated to Dairy
Author: Students Promoting Awareness of Research Knowledge (SPARK)
Abstract: In this issue: Serving to preserve purity; Policy chair leads industry; Food science jumps to the future; New test masters mastitis; Changing face of the industry; Wastewater is curtailed; Cows vote for comfort first; What's coming out of the faucet; Four feet firmly grounded; Mapping the bovine genome; Improving genetic evaluations; A bull market for indexes; Hidden assets of bovine breeds; Perfecting a dairy delicacy; Nutrient raises milk's many benefits; Wheys to expand protein use; Beaded bacteria add milk nutrient; Happiness up, milk fat down; Spreading a mellower yellow; Does phosphorus lessen milk fever?; Cows can lick pain; Factoring out Factor XI disorder; Decision support is on the way; Helping to produce healthier Holsteins; Furthering fortunes of bovine follicles; Fine-tuning reproductive technologies; The roots of dairy genetics; Hormonal help for pregnant cows
URI: http://www.uoguelph.ca/research/guelph-research-magazines
http://hdl.handle.net/10214/5381
Date: 1997
Rights Holder: University of Guelph
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Citation: Volume XII, Number 2


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