2011
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84782011000300023
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Abstract: 8,053; 8,810 and 9,218 liters for small, medium and large cows, respectively. Based on the totality of lactations evaluated, cows of medium size were more efficient than the others for the intensive production system in question.

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“…Lower results were described by Vilela et al (2007) evaluating Holstein cows in lactation up to 200 days grazing on coast-cross grass and supplemented with 3 kg or 6 kg concentrate/cow/day, with production of 15.5 kg and 19.1 kg of milk/cow/day. Milk production values higher than those obtained in this study were reported by Silva et al (2011) evaluating the production of milk from multiparous Holstein cows of small, medium and large size, with values from 30.56 to 31.07 kg/milk/day and average of 23.27 kg. Glória et al (2006) evaluated the effects of breeds genetic composition and environmental factors on milk production of Holstein-Gyr crossbred cows and observed that the breeds genetic composition directly reflects the increase in total milk production with increased contribution from Holstein breed.…”
Section: Resultscontrasting
confidence: 78%
“…Lower results were described by Vilela et al (2007) evaluating Holstein cows in lactation up to 200 days grazing on coast-cross grass and supplemented with 3 kg or 6 kg concentrate/cow/day, with production of 15.5 kg and 19.1 kg of milk/cow/day. Milk production values higher than those obtained in this study were reported by Silva et al (2011) evaluating the production of milk from multiparous Holstein cows of small, medium and large size, with values from 30.56 to 31.07 kg/milk/day and average of 23.27 kg. Glória et al (2006) evaluated the effects of breeds genetic composition and environmental factors on milk production of Holstein-Gyr crossbred cows and observed that the breeds genetic composition directly reflects the increase in total milk production with increased contribution from Holstein breed.…”
Section: Resultscontrasting
confidence: 78%
“…Variations in milk production (Table 3) were significantly influenced (p < 0.05) by genetic groups, and the group of ½ blood HB animals was more productive (28.95 kg) compared to 5/8 blood HB (23.15 kg), 3/4 blood HB (22.79 kg), 7/8 blood HB (23.87 kg) and 15/16 blood HB (20.30 kg) animals. The average milk production results of multiparous Holstein cows reported by Silva et al (2011) were higher (30.56 to 31.07 kg / milk / day) compared to the average of 23.27 of the different genetic groups of this study.…”
Section: Resultscontrasting
confidence: 65%
“…Lower levels of production were found for Holstein cows raised in other Brazilian regions. In the southern region, for instance, Silva et al (2011), Ludovico et al (2015) and Bondan et al (2018) found an average production of 28.62, 31.78 and 25.50 kg/cow/day, respectively. In the southeast region, Bignardi et al (2015) and Villadiego et al (2016) recorded an average value of 24.25 and 22.9 kg/cow/day, respectively.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…Gains in productivity and milk quality are the main mechanisms for ensuring the efficiency and sustainability of production systems in the scenario of recent agro-industry transformations in Brazil and worldwide. Among the factors that should be considered in attempts to increase the productive and reproductive indices of cattle are care for the environment, guaranteeing milk safety, animal welfare, breed and the animal purpose (Silva et al, 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%