New center of excellence to include cadre of new faculty members in areas such as epidemiology, meat science, infectious disease, diagnostics, nutrition and livestock production.
Study finds multispecies grassland mixtures increase yield stability, even under drought conditions.
Ensuring cows are prepared to produce adequate colostrum is just as important as their calves receiving it.
Location of cattle production associated with differences in fecal microbiome and resistomes.
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Since almost no one in North America is looking for this virus in cattle or other species, it is unclear how this emerging disease agent may influence herd health.
Research and development partnership will focus on developing a functional biochip to study ruminant microbial fibrolytic activity.
Nutrient quality of chopped sugar beets differs from sugar beet pulp, a byproduct of sugar production.
Managing trichomoniasis in a cow/calf herd comes down to having a number of strategic management practices in place.
Canadian Western Agribition contributes $100,000 to Livestock & Forage Centre of Excellence.