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Drought maintains strangle-hold on southern Plains

Dry states – especially those on the southern Plains and in the West – are continuing to sink further into drought, despite the return of wet weather. FULL STORY »

Making recommendations on climate change mitigation

The latest assessment of global climate change is out and scientists from around the world have recommended changes including some in agriculture, forestry and other land use designed to mitigate their effects on climate change. FULL STORY »

13th annual Animal Ag Summit "Cracking the Millennial Code"

Menu analysts, trend spotters, brand strategists and researchers will comprise a panel on food trends at the upcoming 13th annual Stakeholders Summit, the Animal Agriculture Alliance announced. FULL STORY »

Inlets essential to tunnel ventilation success

Designed, installed, and operated properly, tunnel ventilation systems can play a major role in keeping cows comfortable and productive during hot weather. Providing enough fan capacity is important, but properly sized inlets – located to supply uniform distribution throughout the animal space – are essential to provide a more comfortable space for the cows. FULL STORY »

Lallemand Animal Nutrition announces new Sil-All formulation

Since the purchase of the Sil-All range of forage inoculants in 2011, Lallemand Animal Nutrition’s team of forage experts have developed a new product formulation in the United States to best meet the needs of today’s producers. FULL STORY »

Lighter Side: Perfect ice cream? There’s an app for that Play video

Häagen-Dazs has a message for its fans – you’ve been eating ice cream wrong. FULL STORY »

Livestock methane emissions in the United States

A 2013 study suggested that US EPA estimates of methane production underestimated true emissions. Penn State scientists collaborated with other experts to examine that claim. Using a method of calculating emissions based on feed consumption, these researchers concluded that the EPA estimates are accurate. FULL STORY »

First metritis vaccine protects dairy cows

Dr. Rodrigo Bicalho, assistant professor of dairy production medicine at the College of Veterinary Medicine, created three vaccines in his lab that lower metritis incidence and symptoms in cows, showing promise for alternatives to antibiotics in addressing the disease. FULL STORY »

Sign-up begins for USDA disaster assistance programs

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that starting April 15, eligible farmers and ranchers can sign up for U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) disaster assistance programs restored by passage of the 2014 Farm Bill. FULL STORY »

Dairy Carrie: How do you know when to let go?

How do we know if a cow is in pain? Sometimes it’s obvious, a cow with a broken leg is in pain, it doesn’t take a scientist to figure that out. But what about a cow with cancer like Nermal, how do you know? FULL STORY »

Know young ag leaders? Nominate them for the 40 Under 40 award

For the men and women of the U.S. agricultural industry, producing an increasing amount of food, fiber and energy to meet growing global demands is just the tip of the ice berg. FULL STORY »

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