Animal Feed Science and Technology 205 (2015) 10–22

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Effects of ruminally protected methionine and/or phenylalanine on performance of high producing Holstein cows fed rations with very high levels of canola meal N. Swanepoel a,b,∗ , P.H. Robinson b , L.J. Erasmus a a b

Department of Animal and Wildlife Sciences, University of Pretoria, 0001, South Africa Department of Animal Science, University of California, Davis, CA 95616, USA

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Article history: Received 15 October 2014 Received in revised form 1 April 2015 Accepted 2 April 2015 Keywords: Spot urine purine Estimated microbial flow Plasma amino acids Protein feeding

a b s t r a c t Canola meal is the second largest protein feed in the Northern latitudes and inclusion levels in dairy rations are expected to increase due to projected large increases in production of canola seed in Canada. However, a recent study (Swanepoel et al., 2014) showed that even though higher inclusions of canola meal (CM) had a positive effect on production when CM directly substituted for high protein corn based dried distillers grains (DDG), that there was an optimum point at 120–135 g/kg of diet dry matter (DM) after which animal performance seemed to decline. Only the amino acids (AA), methionine (Met), phenylalanine (Phe) and leucine (Leu) could have limited production based upon plasma AA concentrations at the highest CM inclusion level. Our objective was to determine if either Met or Phe, or both, was limiting performance of early lactation dairy cows fed a ration containing 180 g/kg of diet DM as CM, by supplementing a calculated target of 7.5 g of intestinally absorbable Phe/cow/day and/or 8.0 g of intestinally absorbable Met/cow/day in ruminally protected (RP) forms to four pens of ∼320 early lactation cows/pen in a 4 × 4 Latin square with 28 days experimental periods. Dry matter intake was not affected (avg.: 27.6 ± 0.4 kg/day) by feeding either of the RP AA, or the combination. Phenylalanine supplementation alone had no effect on milk production or composition, and body condition score (BCS) change compared to Control. Supplemental Met alone modestly increased (P

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