"Significant breakthrough" makes grasses more digestible, promising improved feed for ruminants and better biomass for biofuels.
Temporary reformulation of feeds to reduce levels of vitamins A and E is not expected to cause any undue safety or welfare risks to livestock.
New research has identified genes that control vitamin E content in corn grain, while other research points to new mechanisms for increasing grain yield.
Findings identify new pathways involved in development of disease, which can help identify chicken lines that are more resistant to MDV.
European insect producers welcome entry into force of new EU novel food rules.
Each model has strengths and weaknesses, so idea was to combine strengths of both to make a new model that better predicts crop performance.
Birds with improved feed efficiency had better mitochondrial function that included less oxidative stress.