Center will use emerging technologies to help identify small behavioral and physiological changes at the beginning of a disease, such as mastitis.
Not all heifers will work out because they may be genetically prone to disease risks and may not survive long in the milking herd.
FDA asking animal drug companies to voluntarily revise labels of anthelmintic products for livestock and horses to add information about antiparasitic resistance.
Next-generation diagnostic tool uses biological sensors to detect substances like lactose.
First global estimate of annual recoverable human and animal fecal biomass totaled 4.3 billion tons, and potential cited for reclaiming valuable metals.
FAO and OIE launch global action plan to keep world free of deadly cattle plague.
Programs offered as free educational resource about distinct differences of feeding Jersey cattle versus a larger breed.
Recently evolved "new" miRNAs might be linked to important domestication genes in dogs and cattle.
Two years after birth, cows from heat-stressed cattle produce less milk.