It’s a gut feelingA healthy rumen is a healthy ruminant

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It’s a gut feeling : A healthy rumen is a healthy ruminant. / Williams, Cate.

Yn: Farming Connect, 01.08.2019.

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title = "It{\textquoteright}s a gut feeling: A healthy rumen is a healthy ruminant",
abstract = "The ruminant stomach is divided into four chambers, each with specialist functions (Figure 1). The rumen is the second chamber and houses a diverse population of microbes which enable the animal to breakdown plant material and convert it into high-quality nutrients (Figure 1). A healthy rumen is one of the most important factors in determining animal health as well as performance, as this is where the animal{\textquoteright}s nutrients come from. A healthy rumen microbial population is dynamic and will adapt to shifts in the diet and the animal{\textquoteright}s physiological status, but sudden changes in diet (e.g. weaning), disease, antibiotic use and stress can negatively affect rumen microbes causing problems for the animal.",
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author = "Cate Williams",
year = "2019",
month = aug,
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language = "English",
journal = "Farming Connect",
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N2 - The ruminant stomach is divided into four chambers, each with specialist functions (Figure 1). The rumen is the second chamber and houses a diverse population of microbes which enable the animal to breakdown plant material and convert it into high-quality nutrients (Figure 1). A healthy rumen is one of the most important factors in determining animal health as well as performance, as this is where the animal’s nutrients come from. A healthy rumen microbial population is dynamic and will adapt to shifts in the diet and the animal’s physiological status, but sudden changes in diet (e.g. weaning), disease, antibiotic use and stress can negatively affect rumen microbes causing problems for the animal.

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KW - bacteria

KW - fungi

KW - protozoa

KW - anaerobic

KW - nutrition

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KW - Livestock

KW - farming

KW - cows

KW - sheep

KW - microbiome

KW - diet

KW - gut health

KW - health

KW - production

KW - efficiency

KW - feeding

KW - Behaviour

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