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Introduction Ketosis is a significant metabolic disease in dairy cows during transition periods. The incidence of ketosis can range from 10% to 60% for subclinical cases and 2% to 15% for clinical cases in the first month of lactation ( 10 ). Essentially, all dairy cows experience a negative energy balance (NEB) during early lactation due to the energy intake failing to meet the requirements of milk production ( 3 , 29 ). An excessive NEB usually leads to ketosis, which can result in decreased milk production, rapid weight loss, dry faeces, less rumination ( 11

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