Arla Foods will build a state-of-the-art commercial dairy farm in Northern Nigeria to support local milk production.
Nutritional strategies to preserve dairy performance under heat stress should focus on supporting nutrient utilization by optimizing diet digestion, while preserving rumen function. In this context, the rumen specific yeast S. cerevisiae CNCM I-1077 — demonstrated to improve both nutrient digestion and rumen efficiency — has been shown to effectively alleviate the toll of heat stress on dairy production and improve rumination behavior.
Heat stress impacts the performance and well-being of all ruminants. This was first clearly demonstrated with large epidemiological studies in dairy cows (Burgos and Collier, 2011), indicating short-term production losses and longer-term welfare issues.
Tyson Fresh Meats, the beef and pork subsidiary of Tyson Foods, joined U.S. CattleTrace program that focuses on animal disease traceability. Tyson Fresh Meats is the first U.S. meat company to become a beef processor member in the organization.
Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health continues to stay at the forefront of innovation and provide producers with the right tools for disease prevention (such as mastitis).
Strategies to reduce losses and improve efficiency of ruminant production systems rely on an optimal supply of rumen degradable nitrogen and an optimal efficiency...
Increxxa™ (tulathromycin injection) approved by FDA for U.S. cattle and swine producers and veterinarians.
Alltech has released data from a new meta-analysis for ruminants, with results showing that Optigen® can simultaneously improve animal performance, reduce carbon footprint and increase profitability.