Koryn Hare
Koryn Hare
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Late Gestation ME Intake Increases Colostrum Yield and Alters Colostrum Composition in Beef Cattle.

In this experiment, we evaluated if metabolizable energy could be used to influence colostrum production in late gestation beef cattle."

Koryn grew up on a mixed production farm near Rosetown, Saskatchewan where they did both cropping and cow-calf production with Angus-crossbred beef cattle. She studied at the University of Saskatchewan, completing her B.Sc. Ag., Major in Animal Science, in 2015 and her M.Sc., Major in Animal Science, in 2018. During her B.Sc., she studied dairy cattle in automatic milking systems, and, during her M.Sc., she studied protein intake in late gestation beef cattle. After completing her M.Sc., she moved to Ontario to start her Ph.D. in Animal Bioscience at the University of Guelph where she is studying the process of colostrogenesis in beef and dairy cattle.

January 5, 2022, 10:00:00 p.m.

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