CNCPS can be used to assess environmental impact of dairy cattle and to help nutritionists improve utilization efficiency of diets and cattle in environmental context.
Bovine TB-affected facilities under quarantine or hold and will remain so until they meet all requirements for release.
U.K. study demonstrates buying and selling cattle can link individual farms to thousands of others per purchase.
Study demonstrates that testing milk samples could enhance FMD surveillance in the field.
Study lays foundation for use of biofilm-integrated nanofiber membranes as starter cultures in fermentation and biotechnology.
Ohio State researchers exploring methods to reduce phosphorus and nitrogen runoff from agricultural fields.
Consequences of mastitis can be costly to a dairy, but treatment success varies depending on pathogen.
Study provides insights into behavior/performance associations with lameness that need to be considered when trying to predict lameness in dairy cattle.
Single-step methods can combine traditionally recorded data with recently recorded genomic information.