Relations Of Milk Fat Percentage And Fat-To-Protein Ratio Within 60 Days In Milk To Selected Claw Disorders In Holstein Cows
Increased milk fat content and fat-to-protein ratio (FPR) in early lactation are markers of pronounced negative energy balance (1). High FPR is a risk factor for many diseases including lameness (2). The aim of the study was to evaluate the relations of these milk parameters to a later occurrence of certain claw disorders.
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