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Happy Cows make more Nutritious Milk Serotonin increases CalciumBlood Milk
Daily infusions with a chemical commonly associatedwith feelings of happiness were shown to increase calcium levelsthe blood of Holstein cowsand the milk of Jersey cows that had just given birth.The results, publishedthe Journal of Endocrinology, could lead to a better understanding of howto improve the health of dairy cows, and keep the milk flowing.Demand is high for milk richcalcium: there is more calciumthe human body than anyother mineral, andthe West dairy products such as milk, cheese and yoghurt are primarysources of calcium. But this demand can take its toll on milkproducing cows: roughly 510%of the North American dairy cow population
suffers from hypocalcaemia â€“which calciumlevels are low. The risk of this disease is particularly high immediately before and aftercows give birth. Hypocalcaemia is considered a major healtheventthe life of a cow. It is associated with immunological and digestive problems,decreased pregnancy rates and longer intervals between pregnancies. These all pose a problemfor dairy farmers, whose profitability depends upon regular pregnancies and a highyieldof calciumrich milk. Whilst there has been research into the treatmentof hypocalcaemia, little research has focused on prevention. In rodents it has been shownthat serotonin plays a rolemaintaining
calcium levels. serotonin is a naturallyoccurringchemical commonly associated with feelings of happiness.Based on this, a team from the University of WisconsinMadison investigated the potentialfor serotonin to increase calcium levelsboth the milk and blood of dairy cows. Theteam infused a chemical that converts to serotonin into 24 dairy cows,the run up to givingbirth. Half the cows were Jersey and half were Holstein â€“ two of the most common breeds.Calcium levelsboth the milk and circulating blood were measured throughout the experiment.Whilst serotonin improved the overall calcium statusboth breeds, this was brought aboutin opposite ways. Treated Holstein cows had
higher levels of calciumtheir blood, butlower calciumtheir milk . The reverse was truetreated Jersey cows and the highermilk calcium levels were particularly obviousJerseys at day 30 of lactation â€“ suggestinga role for serotoninmaintaining levels throughout lactation.The next steps are to investigate the molecular mechanism by which serotonin regulates calciumlevels, and how this varies between breeds. This research would allow dairy farmers tomaintain the profitability of their businesses, whilst making sure their cows stay healthyand produce nutritious milk.