*Dr. William A. Dudley-Cash is a poultry and fish nutritionist and has his own consulting firm in Kamuela, Hawaii.
AT the Massey University Institute of Veterinary, Animal & Biomedical Sciences in New Zealand, V. Ravindran's group recently pu...
New research project in Europe will provide science-based guidelines to prevent future outbreaks.
Cattle producers urged to take precautions to minimize heat stress placed on cattle.
Updated and extended recommendations made for Arbor Acres, Indian River and Ross brands.
Storing hay with a moisture content of more than 20% could allow the growth of bacteria that release heat and cause mold formation.
Project investigates methods to identify on-farm gastric ulcers in pig herds and whether adding hemp to feed might prevent problem.
Evaluating ROI today may save dairy farms from worrying during periods of economic stress.
Grazing options and protein supplements are available for beef cattle producers, even in drier regions.
Optimizing rumen conditions to best support fiber-digesting microbes is critical to efficient forage fermentation in dairy cattle.
By trying to better understand animal behavior cues, animal handling tips can be developed that minimize stress and maximize well-being.