Saturday, December 16, 2017

Technology to feed cattle from waste

The organic waste generated by the food sector, such as crop waste, expired products like milk, soups, meat and vegetables, as well as those...

Feed supplement may reduce cow methane emissions

International team of researchers found positive effects of supplement added to the feed of high-producing dairy cows reduced methane emissions by 30 percent and...

Canola meal may improve productivity and efficiency in dairy cows

New research at the University of Nevada and University of Wisconsin supports use of canola meal over soybean meal in dairy cow diets. The...

Fish Soy to increase its digestibility to more than 95 percent

Research supported by the soybean industry is looking to convert some farm-raised fish into vegetarians. A South Dakota State University fisheries scientist is developing...

Canola Meal-The Protein Source for Livestock

CANOLA meal, the byproduct of canola oil production, is one of the most popular livestock ration protein sources in North America. Even with its popularity,...

Roadmap for ocean prosperity

"Sustainable Reforms: fishing smarter can increase economic growth, food production and fish population." June 2015: Scientists of a new research series say economic, nutrition and...

Reducing climate emissions from livestock while improving food security

Reducing climate emissions from livestock while improving food security and livelihoods is a global challenge. A recent study on manure management policies and practices...

Microbes to produce superior feed crops

Australian Scientists have identified two microbes that build bigger and more resilient feed crops. The biotechnology research conducted at Flinders University in South Australia identified...

Dietary choline supplementation in dairy cows

Choline, a trimethylated quarternary amine involved in transport of fat from liver, provides labile methyl groups for transmethylation reactions and is required for the...

New sensor system sniffs out mycotoxins in wheat

The quality of grass herbage and grass silage significantly affects enteric methane production of dairy cattle, according to new research of Wageningen UR in...