Monday links

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Animal Science:

‘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 […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

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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Monday links

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Animal Science:

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 […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

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? […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

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 […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Seasonal Effects: Winter foals are smaller than foals born in summer — University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna As the seasons change, experts also note changes in […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

High quality water vital for livestock — Morning Ag Clips As parts of the U.S. suffer through high temperatures and drought, experts remind producers of water requirements for livestock. “A 10% […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Gene editing has potential for future poultry breeding — Poultry World Genetic modification of animals has been around for decades, but genome editors are a new tool that allow small changes […]

Monday links

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Here’s why shade now pays off next spring — Beef Magazine Summer means there will be some hot days. Timing and magnitude will vary, but sure as the sun comes up […]

Monday links

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Food Safety

U.S. bans import of Brazilian beef over safety concerns — CNN Money The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the immediate suspension of fresh beef imports from Brazil after inspections uncovered public […]