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La qualité de l'eau d'abreuvement : étude de l'impact de l'eau sur les performances de reproduction, production et la santé des troupeaux laitiers et allaitants

Abstract : Water is the second most important nutrient after oxygen to maintain life. A suckler cow consumes an average of 55 L of water / day and a dairy cow between 40-110 L / day. The water used for cattle breeding represents less than 10% of the water taken in France. In terms of the water supply, it is necessary to consider both; the quantity and the quality of the water. Only one European prescription exists regarding the quality of the water. Farmers are not subject to these regulations. The diverse origin of the water results in a variable quality of the water which can sometimes be unsuitable. It appears that some elements in the water would affect the reproductive, production and health performance of cattle...
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Mathilde Cotte. La qualité de l'eau d'abreuvement : étude de l'impact de l'eau sur les performances de reproduction, production et la santé des troupeaux laitiers et allaitants. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-02486539⟩

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