DAIRY farming in Nevada is seeing a resurgence, and University of Nevada-Reno assistant professor Antonio Faciola is working to help the industry be more efficient and profitable by researching new feed sources, the nutritional value of plants and the overall understanding of ruminant nutrition.
Faciola moved to Nevada in June 2013 to continue his research and teach in the University of Nevada-Reno's new agric
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