International partners to study endocannabinoid system in dairy cattle
Dairy cows go through a transition period, which lasts approximately three weeks before and after calving.
Besides reducing methane emissions from cattle, study could support seaweed aquaculture.
A new understanding of how to structure a gradual, restricted feeding program may improve returns for beef producers, says researcher.
Findings to serve as basis for development of novel strategies to alleviate metabolic stress as a contributor to disease.
Years of tight profit margins and labor shortage led many Missouri dairies to switch to beef production.
The objective is to study the interaction between different diets and dosages of the feed additive on the level of methane reduction.
In a world first, New Zealand sheep farmers now can breed animals that emit less methane.
Increasing global and domestic demand is expected to boost Brazil’s production of pork and beef, while low and stable feed prices may support the growth of feed
Maximizing the surface area of grain to rumen microbes is a critical first step in optimizing performance in cattle.
Meeting protein requirements and improving nitrogen efficiency in cows under different physiological conditions can be more precise using new tool for diet
Improved understanding of how a tropical forage grass passes its traits may allow for faster varietal development work and provide improved feeds for cattle
Researchers at North Carolina Agricultural &Technical (A&T) State University are exploring how the use of a mushroom-based feed supplement might improve
Besides resistance shown in parasitic worms and insects, she noted that unicellular parasites, such as protozoa, adapt easily to heavily used drugs.
Study sheds light on need to screen donor plasmids, while new methods no longer use donor template plasmids to insert desired gene into genome
Feeding spray-dried plasma during transition improved milk yield and milk fat content of dairy cows in early lactation
Shiga toxin subtype found to play role in establishing E. coli O157 in cattle gastrointestinal tract and facilitating effective cattle-to-cattle transmission.
Researchers discover that prebiotics take effect too early in horse's stomach.
Study to identify cow-related factors that can be used to predict which metritis cases likely will benefit from antimicrobial therapy.
Every five years we get the ag census data from the USDA that gives us kind of a unique look, in terms of dairy, mostly in terms of breaking down by farm size
A prototype demonstrates the circuitry and manufacturing technology being developed for a robotic pill that could give farmers an inside view of the health