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Risk factors for clinical mastitis, ketosis, and pneumonia in dairy cattle on organic and small conventional farms in the United States - Corrected Proof
R.M. Richert, K.M. Cicconi, M.J. Gamroth, Y.H. Schukken, K.E. Stiglbauer, P.L. Ruegg
Short communication: Effects of level of rumen-degradable protein and corn distillers grains in corn silage-based diets on milk production and ruminal fermentation in lactating dairy cows - Corrected Proof
G.I. Zanton, A.J. Heinrichs, C.M. Jones
Lameness detection based on multivariate continuous sensing of milk yield, rumination, and neck activity - Corrected Proof
T. Van Hertem, E. Maltz, A. Antler, C.E B. Romanini, S. Viazzi, C. Bahr, A. Schlageter-Tello, C. Lokhorst, D. Berckmans, I. Halachmi
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