Source: Zinpro® Zinpro® IsoFerm® – a game-changing technology in dairy cattle nutrition – increases feed efficiency, improves sustainability and drives profitability.  EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. – Oct. 3, 2022 – Zinpro Corporation, the world’s leading innovator and manufacturer of high-performance organic trace minerals and...
Source: Syngenta Enogen corn for feed supports dairy producers' efforts to improve profitability while also aiding industry efforts to improve sustainability in dairy production U.S. dairy operations using Enogen could potentially save up to $208 per milking cow Life Cycle Assessment...
Source: Penn State University, Jeff Mulhollem Supplementing the feed of dairy cattle with enzymes from two funguses simultaneously has a positive effect on the animals’ lactational performance, according to Penn State researchers, who studied the concept in an experiment with...
Source:  University of Minnesota Quick facts Formulating rations provides cows with the nutrients they need to stay healthy and optimize production. The basis of a cow’s diet should be high-quality forage. Acid neutral detergent fiber should be at least 18 percent...
Mycotoxins are a known issue in dairy operations. Do we truly recognize where they come from, and  how much impact they have on our animals? What are the short-term and long-term effects on  performance, reproduction, immune function, social behavior...
By Genevieve Michaels   A dozen HydroGreen Automated Vertical Pastures™ produce 25 million pounds of high-energy fresh forage a year. Globally, methane produced by cattle contribute 14.5 per cent of global greenhouse emissions; dairy and beef producers face mounting regulatory pressure...
Source: Cornell University. "Nutrition solution can help heat-stressed cows as US warms." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 5 August 2022. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/08/220805112006.htm>. Rising temperatures pose major challenges to the dairy industry -- a Holstein's milk production can decline 30 to 70% in warm weather...
Source: Oregon State University Extension The hemp biomass left over after extraction for cannabinoids (spent hemp biomass; SHB) shows potential as a livestock feedstuff. Byproduct feedstuffs are attractive to livestock producers, as they often cost less than traditional livestock feeds...
Source: Michigan State University Extension by: Barry Bradford, Kim Cassida, and Kirby Krogstad  In our previous article, we discussed how to make use of in-vitro NDF digestibility (ivNDFD) feed analyses. Using ivNDFD for comparisons within a forage class is worthwhile, and research has demonstrated that increasing ivNDFD...
Source: Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Fact Sheet written by: Jodi Calberry – Program Assistant/OMAFRA Background The livestock industry is facing a number of environmental challenges and there is increased pressure on farmers to manage their nutrients more efficiently....
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