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Modernising and ambitious: The rise of China's dairy farming
In 2022, China's yield per dairy cow reached 9.2 tonnes, twice that of 2008.
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Indonesia urges boost in frozen semen productivity for livestock growth
Indonesia's Agriculture Minister, Andi Amran Sulaiman, has called for an increase in frozen semen productivity for livestock to meet the rising demand for meat and milk production in the country, Antara reported.
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Alltech works with US universities to develop bilingual dairy training resources
Alltech has recently partnered with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Dairy Extension and Iowa State University (ISU) Extension and Outreach in the United States to develop a free, online training programme that is available in both English and Spanish.
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Adisseo's AdiLab promises top-notch feed analysis
The Adisseo Laboratory Services (AdiLab) was launched in Singapore last March to provide various feed-related services and reduce Adisseo's dependence on third-party services.
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Australia's beef production grew as global output fell, Rabobank's Q4 report found
Beef production in the southern hemisphere – including Australia – is on the rise despite a global trend of production decline, Rabobank stated in its Global Quarterly Beef Q4 2023 report.
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Brazil poised for record beef production in 2024, despite global market shifts
EU Commission to set aside US$204 million for promoting EU agri-food globally
Iran's red meat production fell 29% in September 23 to October 22 period
Breakthrough in sorghum cultivation promises enhanced nutrient availability for dairy cattle
Vietnam adopts new cattle welfare standards, aligning with Australia's beef industry
Active D: An innovative natural solution to prevent hypocalcemia in dairy cows
Hypocalcemia is a common metabolic disorder of periparturient dairy cows particularly affecting high producing pluriparous animals. As the end of gestation approaches, calcium demands start to increase due to the final development of the fetal skeleton and the initiation of the synthesis and accumulation of maternal co ...
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Research insight into mycotoxin mitigation in dairy cows
Feeding behaviour: Understanding the science behind feed palatability
Quantitative estimation of aflatoxin level in poultry feed in selected poultry farms
Nutrigenomics in livestock - recent advances
Stability, predictability and bioavailability of trace mineral source in the dairy cattle ration - Insights from animal nutrition research
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