It is widely known that humans need serotonin to be happy functioning adults but what we didn’t know is that this brain chemical and neurotransmitter may also help cows overcome hypocalcaemia. According to the results of a study recently completed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, happy cows produce more nutritious milk. The research team infused a chemical that converts to serotonin into 24 cows in the run-up to their calving date. Giving serotonin to these cows yielded positive results, particularly those pertaining to their calcium levels. To read more, click HERE.
Published on Mon, 24th Oct 2016 - 09:03