Changes in reticulorumen content temperature and pH according to time of day and yearly seasons

Journal title

Polish Journal of Veterinary Sciences




No 4

Publication authors

Divisions of PAS

Nauki Biologiczne i Rolnicze


University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn ; Polish Academy of Sciences Committee of Veterinary Sciences




ISSN 1505-1773


Bewley (2008), Comparison of reticular and rectal core body temperatures in lactating dairy cows, Dairy Sci, 91. ; Kimura (2012), Simultaneous Estimation of the pH of Rumen and Reticulum Fluids of Cows using a Radio - Transmission pH - Measurement System, J Vet Med Scie, 74. ; Rose (2014), Rumen temperature change monitored with remote rumen temperature boluses after challenges with bovine viral diarrhea virus and Mannheimia haemolytica, J Anim Sci, 89. ; Cunningham (1964), Effect of drinking water temperature upon ruminant digestion intraruminal temperature and water consumption of nonlactating dairy cows, J Dairy Sci, 47. ; Lohölter (2013), Evaluation of a device for continuous measurement of rumen pH and temperature considering localization of measurement and dietary concentrate proportion, Appl Agric Forestry Res, 61. ; Kendall (2009), Season and physiological status affects the circadian body temperature rhythm of dairy cows, Livest Scie, 125. ; Strabel (2007), Rumenocentesis : a suitable technique for analysis of rumen juice pH in cattle, Schw Arch Tierh, 149. ; Alzahal (2011), The use of a radiotelemetric ruminal bolus to detect body temperature changes in lactating dairy cattle, J Dairy Sci, 94. ; Bitman (1984), Circadian and ultradian temperature rhythms of lactating dairy cows, J Dairy Sci, 67. ; Hook (2011), Impact of high - concentrate feeding and low ruminal pH on methanogens and protozoa in the rumen of dairy cows, Microb Ecol, 62. ; Kaur (2010), Evaluation of rumen probe for continuous monitoring of rumen pH temperature and pressure, Anim Prod Sci, 50. ; Liang (2013), Influence of breed milk production season and ambient temperature on dairy cow reticulorumen temperature, J Dairy Sci, 96. ; Alzahal (2008), Ruminal temperature may aid in the detection of subacute ruminal acidosis, J Dairy Sci, 91. ; Sato (2016), Pathophysiological evaluation of subacute ruminal acidosis ( SARA ) by continuous ruminal pH monitoring, Anim Sci J, 87. ; Wang (2012), Frothy bloat in ruminants : Cause occurrence and mitigation strategies, Anim Feed Sci Techn, 172. ; Cooper (2014), Relationship of ruminal temperature with parturition and estrus of beef cows, J Anim Sci, 89. ; Stone (2004), Nutritional approaches to minimize subacute ruminal acidosis and laminitis in dairy cattle, J Dairy Sci, 87. ; Enemark (2003), Continuous monitoring of rumen pH : case study with cattle, J Vet Med A, 50. ; Dado (1993), Continuous computer acquisition of feed and water intakes chewing reticular motility and ruminal pH of cattle, J Dairy Sci, 76. ; Lefcourt (1999), Circadian and ultradian rhythms of body temperature and peripheral concentrations of insulin and nitrogen in lactating dairy cows, Domest Anim Endocrinol, 16.