Monday, December 5, 2022

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

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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...

Seaweed supplementation may reduce methane emission in dairy cattle

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Seaweed may be the super food dairy cattle need to reduce the amount of methane they burp into the atmosphere. Early results from research...

Feed supplement may reduce cow methane emissions

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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...

An inside-out approach to support poultry health and disease research

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Researchers at the UK's Roslin Institute have created inside-out "mini guts" to aid poultry research, saying that the 3D model will provide key insights...

Innovative Approaches for Climate Smart Livestock Practices

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

Grape pomace may fight challenge of the disease faced by farmed fish

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A team of researchers from the Federal University of Santa Maria and the State University of Santa Catarina in Brazil explored the use of...

Novel process to develop fishmeal substitute

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Prairie AquaTech is developing an enhanced microbial conversion to produce high-protein feed that is converted into pellets for aquaculture. Bill Gibbons, an industrial microbiologist and...

Wanda-new, low-cost cattle feeding material

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The Punjab Livestock and Dairy Development Board have developed a new, low-cost cattle feeding material, Wanda, made from maize cobs and would offer training...

Pineapple fruit residue silage as fodder source for livestock

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The NIANP (ICAR), Bangalore has developed a silage technology to preserve pineapple fruit residue and use it as fodder for livestock. Feeding of this...

Seaweed feed additive cuts livestock methane but poses questions

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Supplementing cattle feed with seaweed could result in a significant reduction in methane belched by livestock, according to Penn State researchers, but they caution...