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Source: Lactanet by: Hannah Sweett, Ph. D. and Allison Fleming, Ph. D. The dairy industry has reaped substantial benefits from genomics, including advancements ranging from rapid genetic improvements for essentially all traits to the identification and management of undesirable genetic conditions...
Source: CowManager news release CowManager is pleased to announce the winners of three awards handed out at the recent Select Sires Trusted Advisors Conference, including the CowManager Specialist of the Year, CowManager Success Story of the Year and the Dr....
Source: Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Background The livestock industry is facing a number of environmental challenges and there is increased pressure on farmers to manage their nutrients more efficiently. One major area of concern is phosphorus (P)...
Source: Pennsylvania State University One main goal of all dairy farms is to produce high-quality, fresh, clean milk.  Many management factors go into producing this wholesome product.  A healthy, well-cared-for dairy animal is a top priority in achieving this goal....
Source: Intelinair news release New for the 2024 crop season, GRAINCO FS is offering myFS Agronomy as its latest digital agronomic tool for on-farm data-driven decision-making for its farmer customers in Kendall, LaSalle, and Grundy counties in Illinois. The new...
Source: Michigan State University news release New research from Michigan State University will study the effects of a recent highly pathogenic avian influenza A virus (H5N1) outbreak on dairy cattle reproduction and milk production, as well as transmission of the...
Source: USDA news release The Dairy Data files cover U.S. supply, demand, and trade for milk and major dairy products. To read entire report, Click Here
Livestock production encompasses various aspects that significantly influence animal health, welfare, and overall productivity. Ventilation is a crucial element in both livestock and greenhouse facilities, as it regulates temperature, humidity, and air quality. Static pressure plays an important role...
Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Research activities are at the heart of innovation and progress, especially in agriculture, and can lead to long-term growth and success for the sector. Today, Lloyd Longfield, Member of Parliament for Guelph, on behalf of the...
Way back in the 1930s, one of the original motivations behind creating the Federal Milk Marketing Order system was to provide incentives for farmers to produce better milk. Much of the milk at the time was Grade B, which...
Source: Arm & Hammer news release Pathogens are constantly attacking your cows. They come in many forms--viruses, bacteria, mycotoxins and more--and continuously have the ability to rob your cows of their health and productivity. Too prevalent to completely mitigate, it's...
Source: National Milk Producers Federation and U.S. Dairy Export Council joint news release Leading dairy representatives from the United States and Mexico met this week in Chihuahua, Mexico to renew their commitment to collaborate and advocate on mutually beneficial dairy...
Source: University of Missouri, Ted Probert Regional Dairy Specialist The commodity produced on a dairy farm is milk. The production unit is the cow. For a pasture-based dairy to maximize profits, the cow needs to be able to efficiently convert...
Episode Description Join the Extension Dairy team for a discussion on applications of technology for increasing reproductive success on a dairy farm with Caroline Zimmerman. Episode host: Ginger Fenton  Guest: Caroline Zimmerman
Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Today, Saskatchewan students pursuing a post-secondary education in agriculture were awarded scholarships from the federal and provincial governments. Marleigh Mann from Lloydminster was awarded $6,000 towards her post-secondary studies as the grand prize recipient. Mann’s essay...

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