As of Feb. 1, more than 500,000 acres in Texas are under various quarantines outside the permanent quarantine zone.
Work with condensed tannins puts lab on global map for focus on vegetation like forbs and dicots that naturally address internal parasites detrimental to ruminants.
Genome-wide comparison of genetic heritage of yaks and cattle suggests yak hybridization began thousands of years ago, including gene for polledness.
Researchers use modified version of CRISPR technology to insert new gene for bovine tuberculosis resistance into cow genome, with no off-target effects detected.
Alliance for Grassland Renewal works to teach farmers how to renovate old pastures and plant one of several new grasses known as “novel-endophyte fescue.”
New phone apps from USDA's Agricultural Research Service help farmers and land managers balance productivity with conservation.
Researchers in New Mexico and Australia collaborating on ways to help ranchers better manage livestock and improve animal welfare through work on real-time GPS tracking of livestock.
Hamburger meat under LED lighting retains red color in deli cases longer than under incandescent bulbs, but results vary for whole muscle cuts.
Feedlot trial of chute-side blood test shows possible 87% reduction in antibiotic use in calves on arrival.