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The protein a cow gets comes from two origins: feed protein and microbial protein. Depending on its degradability, a portion of the rumen nutritional protein (RDP) is broken down by certain microorganisms that use nitrogen (and sometimes other elements), carbon chains, hydrogen, oxygen and energy to produce their own protein.

Climate change is expected to have a severe impact on the development of mycotoxins in crops, with negative consequences for livestock health and performance. Farmers need new tools to overcome challenges in animal feeding.

GhassanI do not think anyone who lives in our world does not know the importance of milk and dairy in the development of human beings.

From my childhood through adolescence, I still remember how my mother gave me and my siblings our daily cup of milk, of course this is apart from the many types of dairy and cheese.

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