犊牛管理——完善早期管理以提高牛群长期的生产力

Mike Van Amburg:Calves—Early Life Management and Long-Term Productivity of Calves内容摘要:犊牛和青年牛的生长目标及营养需求;断奶前生长速率对产奶量的影响;犊牛疾病对产奶量的影响。专家介绍:麦克·范安伯是美国康奈尔大学动物科学系的正教授,同时承担教学和研究工作,拥有俄亥俄州立大学学士学位和康奈尔大学博士学位。过去14年中,麦克的研究项目重点是犊牛和青年牛的营养需要以及发育功能内分泌控制,例如乳腺发育。这些研究成果可用于说明犊牛期各因素对终生生产成绩的影响。

麦克·范安伯(Mike Van Amburg)

演讲主题Subject犊牛管理——完善早期管理以提高牛群长期的生产力Calves——Early Life Management and Long-Term Productivity of Calves

  • 犊牛和青年牛的生长目标及营养需求Growth goals and nutrient requirements of calves and heifers
  • 断奶前生长速率对产奶量的影响Effect of Pre-Weaning growth rate on Milk Yield
  • 犊牛疾病对产奶量的影响Effect of calf illness on Milk Yield

麦克·范安伯是美国康奈尔大学动物科学系的正教授,同时承担教学和研究工作,拥有俄亥俄州立大学学士学位和康奈尔大学博士学位。 

    麦克·范安伯负责教授多个科目的课程并且负责康奈尔奶牛人才项目,先后推荐了50多名大学毕业生,并担任了康奈尔大学奶业科学俱乐部的顾问。

    过去14年中,麦克的研究项目重点是犊牛和青年牛的营养需要以及发育功能内分泌控制,例如乳腺发育。这些研究成果可用于说明犊牛期各因素对终生生产成绩的影响。

    目前,他的工作重点是了解动物和瘤胃的氮代谢,推动康奈尔净碳水化合物和蛋白质体系的进一步发展。此外,他的团队在还正在积极寻找有效方法,更好地说明牧草和饲料化学、瘤胃功能和营养供给间的相互影响,从而进一步优化模型。他现在主持康奈尔净碳水化合物和蛋白质体系的开发工作,这是一个供全球2000多专业人士使用的营养评估和配方模型,通过该系统可以提高反刍动物的养分使用效率,改善动物食品生产对环境的影响。

他单独或与人合作发表了50多篇专业文章以及大量的会议纪要,并且荣获了很多奖项,包括美国乳业科学协会基金学者奖,美国乳业科学协会的蓝德雷教育奖,AFIA科研奖,CALS优秀教授奖以及CALS优秀顾问奖。

 

Mike Van Amburgh is an Full Professor in the Department of Animal Science at Cornell University where he has a dual appointment in teaching and research.  His undergraduate degree is from The Ohio State University and his Ph.D. is from Cornell University.  

He teaches multiple courses and leads the Cornell Dairy Fellows Program, advises approximately 50 undergraduate students and is the advisor for the Cornell University Dairy Science Club. 

A major focus of Mike’s research program for the last 14 years has been the nutrient requirements of dairy calves and heifers and aspects of endocrine control of developmental functions such as mammary development.  This has evolved into describing and working to understand the factors in early life that establish lifetime productivity functions.

A significant focus of his current work is to understand whole animal and ruminal nitrogen metabolism to further development of the Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System. Also, his group is active in developing methods to better describe the interaction between forage and feed chemistry, rumen function and nutrient supply to compliment the model.  He currently leads the development of the Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System, a nutrition evaluation and formulation model used by over 2,000 professionals worldwide and through that effort is focused on enhancing the efficiency of nutrient use by ruminants to improve the environmental impact of animal food production. 

He has authored and co-authored over 50 peer review articles and many conference proceedings and is the recipient of several awards including the American Dairy Science Associate Foundation Scholar Award, the Land O’Lakes Teaching and Mentoring Award from ADSA, the AFIA Award for Research, the CALS Professor of Merit Award and the CALS Advising Award.

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