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From: Maternal supply of methionine during late-pregnancy enhances rate of Holstein calf development in utero and postnatal growth to a greater extent than colostrum source

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Concentrations of Met and Phe in plasma from calves born to cows offered a control diet (CON) or CON supplemented with ethyl-cellulose rumen-protected Met (MET; Mepron® at 0.09% of diet DM; Evonik Nutrition & Care GmbH, Germany) during the last 28 d of pregnancy. Approximately half of the calves in CON were fed CON colostrum (CON-CON) and the remaining calves MET colostrum (CON-MET). A similar switch was made with MET calves such that some received MET colostrum (MET-MET) or CON colostrum (MET-CON). There was a maternal × colostrum effect (P ≤ 0.05) for the concentrations of these amino acids. *Means between treatments differ (P ≤ 0.05)

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