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Mismanaged Starch Serving: An Artless Cause of Intricate Preventable Problems in Modern Dairying | Abstract
Advances in dairy Research

Advances in dairy Research
Open Access

ISSN: 2329-888X

Abstract

Mismanaged Starch Serving: An Artless Cause of Intricate Preventable Problems in Modern Dairying

Akbar Nikkhah

Starch overfeeding is a simple mismanagement in modern dairy farming that causes complex problems in animal health and farm economics. The temporary increases in milk production makes overmodernized farmers mostly blind to oversee jeopardized prospects of longevity and long-run efficiency and profitability. In addition, overfocus on grain processing technologies keeps farmers from paying adequate deserving attention to optimizing dietary inclusion rate of starchy grains. This article establishes a global policy to help dairy farmers improve farm economics and minimize health issues in the postmodern era.