Your nasty, disgusting, no good kitchen sponge

Have you made a few extremely unpleasant trips to the bathroom recently, all the while doing something like cursing your weird Uncle Dan’s ill-advised first attempt at steak tartare?

Well, it’s probably never a good idea to trust a weird uncle’s first attempt at a raw meat recipe, but there is something in most of […]

Fighting emissions from cows burp by burp

Limiting greenhouse gases to protect the environment has been an ongoing battle, but new science is finding a way to reduce the gases coming from one unusual source—cow burps.

According to a recent article, cow belching expels an impressive volume of greenhouse gases including methane and carbon dioxide and when you add it up, their […]

Tuesday links

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Animal Science

Cat got your tongue? New research says ‘no’ – Science Daily The study represents the first glimpse into how domestic cats perceive bitterness in food at a molecular level, and could […]

Monday links

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Animal Science

Vaccine utilizing cattle virus engineered to fight Ebola appears safe, effective in new studies – Bovine Veterinarian Early-stage trials of an experimental Ebola vaccine, two in the United States and four […]

Monday Links

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Animal Science

From farm to table, seedstock selection is the first step – Collegian Central

When people walk into the meat section in any market, many have an expectation of finding fresh, affordable, […]

Infographic: Neogen and the 2015 Final Four

The madness that is the NCAA men’s basketball finals continues and Neogen is loving every minute! Who says science can’t be fun?

Monday links

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Disease Genetic Research Making Headway – The Pig Site Investment in swine health research, and specifically in the genetics of swine diseases, has increased substantially in the last several years. The increasing availability […]

Monday Links

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Animal Science

Fewer heifers in feedyards – Drovers Cattle Network

While the latest U.S. Cattle on Feed report showed total inventory in U.S. feedlots with capacity for 1,000 or more head […]

Monday links

Have no fear, Monday links is here! Take a moment and catch up with the latest news in the food safety, animal science, agriculture and toxicology sectors.

Food Safety

10 food allergy safety tips for Halloween – Examiner Halloween may be particularly frightening for kids, teens, and adults with food allergies and sensitivities but here […]

Seven dog years ≠ one human year

How old is that doggy in the window?

It’s common knowledge that dogs age faster than human beings, but according to a recently published article in Business Insider, the rule of seven dog years to one human year is far from accurate.

“If humans actually aged seven times slower than dogs, then many of us […]