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Extended cold spells pose risks to livestock — University of Kentucky Residents of the Northern Hemisphere already are deep in the throes of winter, with a long stretch […]

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Calf respiratory health in cold weather — Northern New York Agricultural Development Program Winter weather poses a natural challenge to raising young animals. Respiratory illness in calves can negatively impact weight gain, age at their […]

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Biosecurity takes many hands to be effective — National Hog Farmer Efforts on the farm are imperative to keep the swine herd healthy, but the entire production chain needs to be involved to keep economically […]

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A whole lot of water goes into that milk — University of Kentucky Ag News Water is important for most species’ survival. Dairy cows, in particular, require large quantities to produce their famous milk. It’s […]

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Grazing horses on better pastures — American Society of Agronomy When you picture a horse, you may imagine it grazing contentedly in a grassy pasture. Grazing lets horses move around naturally outdoors and socialize with […]

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‘Antelope perfume’ keeps flies away from cows — University of Bonn In Africa, tsetse flies transfer sleeping sickness to cattle, costing an estimated 4.6 billion in USD each year. Now, experts have developed an innovative […]

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Continued progress towards beef, dairy health — National Milk Producers Federation The U.S. beef and dairy industries continue to improve the quality of their management practices, according to the 2016 National Beef Quality Audit.

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Using light to neutralize livestock odors — Iowa State University Researchers have literally, and figuratively, shed new light on the odor problems arising from livestock facilities. Using black light, a team of scientists could neutralize […]

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The toes tell the tale: New light shed on evolutionary forces that drove horses to evolve a single toe — Harvard University Though modern horses have a single toe, their earliest ancestors had three. Why? […]

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Pig-to-person spread of flu a concern — Ohio State University The spread of influenza among pigs is common at fairs and other gatherings, and protective measures including cutting the length of […]