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Energy Policies in Animal Production

  This editorial warns the industrialized animal agriculture of overmodernizing production systems based on over feeding of energyproducing starchy grains. Feeding high levels of extensively processed cereal grains increases risks of subacute rumen acidosis (SARA) and rumen malfunction [1]. As a result, likelihood for asynchronous ATP, carbon skeleton and nitrogen compounds release increases in a perturbed environment. High rumen volatile fatty acids (VFA) absorption rates by feeding much rapidly fermentable starch may raise blood insulin and depress milk production.

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