Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Ground-breaking reduction in greenhouse gas emissions with natural feed ingredient

Trial at Copenhagen University shows a 58% methane reduction can be realized by using a natural feed supplement made from fruit and vegetables. Livestock emissions...

Distillers coproducts continue to evolve

June 2015: Several years back it was asked if everything that could be done with distillers grains was done. It is amazing how innovation...

Innovative Approaches for Climate Smart Livestock Practices

Climate smart and sustainable agricultural practices have been widely discussed at the country level. We have also initiated steps towards enhancing farmer knowledge about...

Viability of Camelina meal in cattle feed

Camelina meal is being tested as an ingredient for use in dairy rations in Canada in a bid to enhance milk quality. University of Saskatchewan...

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...

Positive influence of ensiled kernel maize in Poultry diets

After a lot of concerns over use of antibiotic growth promotors (AGPs) as feed additives in poultry diets, the broiler industry is facing increasingly...

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...

MycoKey to develop solutions for reducing mycotoxins in food and feed chains

Mycotoxins, produced by fungal mold, currently contaminates a quarter of the world's agriculture produce, making it a potential growing threat to people and animals,...

New live feed in India may reduce import from USA & China

In a major breakthrough, Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Aquaculture (RGCA) has indigenously developed a live feed, which can help reduce India's dependence on imports...

Oregano may reduce up to 25 percent methane emission in Ruminants

When ruminants digest their feed, methane is formed as a natural by-product of the microbial process in the rumen, and since methane is a...