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Intermediary Metabolism in the Dairy Cow
Current feed evaluation systems for ruminants include very simple models of intermediary metabolism -either single, static coeffi cients or simple equations to describe the effi ciency with which the energy and nitrogen available for absorption are converted into milk and meat. For example, the revised UK system 'Feed into milk' defi nes a fi xed effi ciency of utilization of metabolizable protein (MP) for milk production of 0·68 (Thomas, 2004) . Such a simple 'effi ciency' coeffi cient is thedoi:10.1079/ascxxxxxxxx fatcat:r5eziscpffdo7mexdmyktdaexm