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Optimizing the eating behavior of dairy cows
Despite many advances in the field of dairy cow nutrition, we are still often faced with the challenge of ensuring consistent and adequate dry matter intake to maximize production and maintain health. Dairy cows do not always consume their feed in a manner that optimizes intake and rumen health. Further, the eating behavior of dairy cows may also result in them consuming a ration that differs from that delivered to them. This presentation will describe the importance of good eating behavior in dairy cows and practical management and housing strategies that may be implemented to allow dairy cows to have good access to the feed provided to them, and to consume it in manner which is conducive to good health, efficiency, and productivity.

Jan 29, 2021 11:00 AM in Vancouver

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Dr. Trevor DeVries
Professor and Canada Research Chair in the Department of Animal Biosciences @University of Guelph
Dr. Trevor DeVries is a Professor and Canada Research Chair in the Department of Animal Biosciences at the University of Guelph. Trevor received his B.Sc. in Agriculture from The University of British Columbia (UBC) in 2001. Immediately following he began graduate studies at UBC, where he received his Ph.D. in 2006. Following that, he spent one year as a post-doctoral fellow with Agriculture and Agri-Food. In 2007 he was appointed as faculty with the University of Guelph in the Department of Animal Biosciences. In that position Trevor leads a highly productive research program focused on dairy cattle management, nutrition, behavior, and welfare.