Limited access to forage may cause cattle to display non-nutritive oral behaviors, which may also be "useful behavioral proxy" for rumen status.
Better understanding of microbiology involved in cheesemaking may lead to better harnessing of microbes to positively affect flavor and other qualities.
Online master of veterinary science degree in livestock systems health created to give working professionals "advanced technical expertise" in livestock health and production.
Storage conditions, MCFA addition may aid vitamin stability in premixes subjected to pathogen control procedures.
Label-free imaging techniques developed to determine which parameters of sperm make them fertile.
Since 1988, research foundation focused on Jersey cattle has awarded more than $1 million in seed money for selected projects.
Michigan State research demonstrates improvements in cow productivity with specific fatty acid supplementation through early lactation.
IDFA writes to USTR detailing how Kenya has allowed EU to dominate Kenya’s dairy market and seeks level playing field.
Insights into how cattle react to changes in social groups could help shape future farm management practices.
Michigan State University researchers will use pair of $500,000 grants to study BLV and dairy cow reproduction.