Sep 17, 2020
The dairy industry and the nutritional requirements of dairy cows have changed considerably over the last several decades, driven by diverse factors such as cow genetics, consumer demands and economics. Today’s dairy diet takes all of these...
Improving management strategies for organic dairy herds subject of three grants totaling $2.1 million.
Application rate, analysis and manure placement help livestock producers understand manure value.
Increasing dietary CP content may support milkfat and energy-corrected milk yields in cooled cows compared to heat-stressed cows.
Dairy farmers can focus on taking measures that help carbon sequestration, such as maximizing carbon supply from manure and crop residues.
Project to generate knowledge about what genes are related to mastitis and provide a prediction model for disease resistance.
Infected cows could shed FMD virus into environment before they displayed clinical signs.
New white paper shows dairies can create negative warming as they continue to achieve further methane emission reductions.