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SmartMail™: Practical AA nutrition and dairy ration insights

SmartMails™ are popular for the practical nutrition and ration insights they share from Adisseo, the industry leader in ruminant amino acid (AA) nutrition. These insights into AA nutrition for ruminants can be readily applied to advance dairy herd production – milk, milk fat, milk protein -- health, reproduction, longevity, and sustainability. Proper AA nutrition delivers proven benefits.

 

SmartMail™ are popular for the practical nutrition and ration insights they share from Adisseo, the industry leader in ruminant amino acid (AA) nutrition. These insights into AA nutrition for ruminants can be readily applied to advance dairy herd production milk, milk fat, milk protein — health, reproduction, longevity, and sustainability.

Proper AA nutrition delivers proven benefits.

New Research Highlights the Essential Nutrient Role of Methionine in Dairy

Adisseo SmartMail™ SmartLine™ trials sponsored by Adisseo University research in dairy nutrition Research highlights the essential nutrient role of methionine for dairy cows ADSA 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting Methionine-related abstracts Benefits of amino acid (AA) nutrition for ruminants Dr. Brian Sloan Methionine impacts production, health, and reproduction Supplemental methionine offers gains in the production of milk, milk fat, and milk protein Positively affects health and reproductive performance and the likelihood that an individual cow remains in the herd Dr. Mike Van Amburgh effects of differing dietary starch and digestible amino acid supplies on performance in dairy cows Dairy cows had a reduced time to pregnancy Dairy cows with at least one health disorder had a lower risk of being sold before the end of lactation when supplemented with Smartamine M Amino acid (AA) nutrition of goats goats fed Smartamine M with a low-protein diet produced more milk and more milk fat goats fed Smartamine M with a high protein diet had an increased milk protein content The INRA 2007 dietary MetDi recommendation of 2.5% of metabolizable protein can be used for goats whatever their genetic variant for casein-aS1 Supplying methionine from MetaSmart to lactating dairy goats elicited the same response on milk composition as seen in dairy cows. Positive effect of MetaSmart supplementation on milk synthesis in the goat mammary tissue Methionine supplementation increased the activity of the endoplasmic reticulum and promoted the intracellular transport of milk components and, ultimately, their secretion The plasma AA dose response method is the most effective methodology to detect differences in the methionine bioavailability of rumen-protected supplements Smartamine™ ML AjiPro-L Supplementation of methionine and methionine analogs to diets at risk of causing biohydrogenation induced milk fat depression found that the addition of HMTBa (RumenSmart™), HMBi (MetaSmart®), or a rumen protected methionine (Smartamine M) all resulted in increased milk fat concentrations and yields Compared an underivatized method to quantify bovine plasma amino acids via liquid chromatography electrospray mass spectrometry with a derivatized method. Derivatization had greater sensitivity, linearity, and recovery rates.

During the 2020 American Dairy Science Association (ADSA) annual meeting, 65 abstracts were presented that related to amino acid and protein nutrition. Adisseo sponsored 15 of these. Each was based on ruminant research related to the essential nutrient methionine.

The focus of this research included mitigating heat stress, increasing milk production and milk components, improving health and reproduction, how amino acid (AA) supplementation benefits small ruminants – notably dairy goats, and best practices in evaluating amino acid products.

The research highlights are shared here.

 

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Can nutrition improve involuntary culling rates?

Adisseo SmartMail™ SmartLine™ Can nutrition improve involuntary culling rates for dairy cows? Smartamine® M

Involuntary dairy cow culling typically occurs during the first months of lactation due to metabolic disease.

Recent research shows how to improve cow health and decrease early involuntary culling for greater herd longevity while defining the role of amino acid balancing in dairy rations.

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Smartamine® ML : The most cost-effective rumen-protected source of lysine for dairy cows

Adisseo SmartMail™ SmartLine™ Amino acid balancing Why Smartamine® ML is the most cost-effective rumen-protected source of lysine for dairy cows. Milk protein and Class III milk prices have bolstered interest in amino acid balancing as a feeding strategy for dairy cows to promote greater milk component and energy-corrected milk yields. Lysine and methionine are co-limiting amino acids in most dairy cow rations. This necessitates lysine supplementation, often with a rumen-protected lysine product Researchers at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Ajinomoto bioavailability of lysine for both the second and third generations of AjiPro-L using the plasma amino acid dose-response technique plasma free lysine concentration Bioavailability of AjiPro-L 3G

Balancing amino acids in dairy rations promotes higher yields of milk components and energy-corrected milk. Recent research identifies the most bioavailable and most cost effective rumen-protected lysine product

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Smartamine® M is still the most effective methionine source for your cows

Smartamine® M is still the most effective methionine source for your cows Increased adoption of amino acid balancing by the dairy industry has motivated suppliers to develop new technologies to provide cost-effective concentrated sources of metabolizable methionine for use in formulation.

Research to accurately and precisely measure the metabolizable methionine content of competing rumen-protected methionine products has been completed.

The amino acid (AA) research was conducted by the University of New Hampshire (UNH) using the gold-standard plasma free-amino-acid dose-response approach.

The results clearly define the metabolizable methionine differences among products for dairy cow rations.

 

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