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Inside the Rumen

Posted September 03, 2021 by Dr. Tom Rehberger, Director of Innovation and Product Development
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Why is the rumen so important to dairy cattle production and reproduction? What are some practical ways to keep it functioning at a high level? What is feed hygiene and how can it lead to better results on a dairy farm? Tapping his years of experience developing customized microbial products, Dr. Tom Rehberger, Director of Innovation and Product Development at Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production, discusses optimal rumen function and the role that products like CERTILLUS™ can have on ultimate success. If you want to learn how high-functioning rumens drive dairy productivity and profitability, don’t miss this #ScienceHearted discussion with host Andy Vance.

 

 

 

 

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Inside the Rumen

Dr. Tom Rehberger, Director of Innovation and Product Development

Why is the rumen so important to dairy cattle production and reproduction? What are some practical ways to keep it functioning at a high level? What is feed hygiene and how can it lead to better results on a dairy farm? Tapping his years of experience developing customized microbial products, Dr. Tom Rehberger, Director of Innovation and Product Development at Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production, discusses optimal rumen function and the role that products like CERTILLUS™ can have on ultimate success. If you want to learn how high-functioning rumens drive dairy productivity and profitability, don’t miss this #ScienceHearted discussion with host Andy Vance.

 

 

Food Chain Chats · Inside the Rumen with Dr. Tom Rehberger