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Organic dairy animal care strategies focus of $1.4m grant

University of Minnesota, Colorado State University and Kansas State University researchers will collaboratively test and develop new treatment strategies for organic dairies.

As consumer interest in organic milk increases and the number of organic dairies continues to grow, more controlled research is needed to evaluate methodologies that help maintain and improve dairy cow health while using procedures that conform to organic regulations.

In an effort to support research in that area, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food & Agriculture has awarded a $1.4 million grant to a team co-led by Dr. Pablo Pinedo, a veterinarian

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