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Wednesday, May 25 • 08:00 - 09:00
Ruminal acidosis - An intensive feeding disease only?

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The aetiology and pathogenesis of ruminal acidosis in the well established grain feeding model are related to the occurrence of the condition in ruminants on lush forages. There are strategies to manage the condition with beef cattle placed in feedlots off lush forage, with the management of supplemented pasture based dairy cows, and on an ongoing basis to maximise production off these high quality pastures with various classes of ruminants

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Paul Cusack

Principal, Australian Livestock Production Services
Veterinarian, ruminant nutritionist and beef producer. Science and Veterinary Science degrees from Sydney University, Masters and PhD from Queensland University, and a fellow of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in Ruminant Nutrition. Adjunct Professor with the Veterinary... Read More →


Wednesday May 25, 2016 08:00 - 09:00 ACST
Room L3 Adelaide Convention Centre