Automation in livestock farming so far has been limited to dairy cows and pigs, but new developments expected for laying hens, broilers, meat cows and fish.
Researchers from Spain reduce methane and ammonia emissions generated by ruminant digestion by treating protein meals with malic acid and heat.
Dairy producers are also beef producers and need to minimize risk of violative residues in meat from cull dairy cows.
Research shows practice is compatible with no-till and doesn't increase sedimentation, but dairy farmers slow to adopt practice.
Variation in the quality of protein sources prevents you from accurately predicting performance and limits the production of your dairy herd. Learn how to minimize the impact of this variability and improve profitability.
Webinars feature top-rated topics from 2018 Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council annual meeting.
Green tea polyphenols are potent antioxidants that protect bovine mammary epithelial cells by scavenging free radicals.