While the $35 billion U.S. organic industry continues to expand at a brisk pace, organic grain production is not keeping up with the growing demand for organic livestock feed and value-added food products, according to a new report on Wisconsin organic agriculture.
By Colleen Jones and Jud Heinrichs, Penn State University
A newly published study supports findings from previous research. Calves grew faster before weaning on higher rates of milk or milk replacer, but size differences disappeared after weaning and milk production in first lactation was not affected.
After Dairy Herd Management learned in November from an FDA official that any residues found would be at very low levels, (READ: Get ready for the good news to be skewed on milk drug residues), we waited for the complete results.