Monday links

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Animal Science:

Dog myths debunked: Does a warm, dry nose mean a dog is sick? — American Kennel Club Most dog owners would probably tell you that a cold, wet nose on their canine companion signals a […]

Monday links

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Five things swine producers should know — South Dakota State University Extension Every year, thousands of young people across the country show off pigs at regional fairs. These experiences allow the public the rare opportunity […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Can horses be taught to pee on command? — The Horse One veterinarian tackles an issue submitted by a reader: a mare with a bad habit of urinating as soon as she enters her freshly-bedded […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Dairy farmers use fitness trackers to monitor cows — Associated Press Dairy farmers now track moo-vement and a bunch of udder data. The dairy industry is turning to fitness trackers to monitor cows’ health and […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Five high-tech farming trends — Pork Business Just as it influences our living conditions, diets and society as a whole, technology is revolutionizing the world of plant and animal farming. Agriculture expert Lowell Catlett outlines […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

New guidelines on preventing and treating ‘equine strep throat’ — University of Pennsylvania Just as strep throat can run rampant in elementary schools, strangles, the “strep throat” of horses, is highly contagious. Veterinarians have an […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Backyard chickens need more regulation — University of California – Davis A growing number of chickens today are raised in backyards. Many people prefer to raise their own food because they […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Surprising new study redraws family tree of domesticated and ‘wild’ horses — University of Kansas There are no such things as wild horses anymore, researchers are saying after publishing a study that says the last […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

The genius who solved the porcine ileitis puzzle — Pig Progress Renowned veterinary researcher Dr. Gordon Lawson passed away early this year. In remembrance of him, Pig Progress takes a look at Lawson’s contributions to […]

Monday links

What’s the latest in the fields of agriculture, food safety, animal science and toxicology? Check it out here.

Animal Science:

Chickens prefer attractive people — National Geographic Research shows that chickens can recognize and discern people based on their faces — and they apparently like beautiful humans, keying in on things like symmetry as a […]