5 Keys to Getting Feed Pushups Done Right

July 15, 2019
by Rachel Kenneke During the past summer, our interns visited over 80 dairy farms throughout the United States. The average number of reported pushups […]

Dealing with wild yeasts in dairy feeds

July 15, 2019
by Kai Yuan, Ph.D Senior Research and Technical Advisor Among the reasons that contribute to low milk and milk fat production, the quality of […]

Cope with physiological challenges during heat stress

July 15, 2019
By Kai Yuan Ph.D, Senior Research and Technical Advisor Heat stress costs US agriculture over 4 billion per year. Modern high producing cows begin […]

Trace Minerals in the Cowherd

May 14, 2019
By Chelsey Saevre, MS Providing a balanced nutrition program to the cowherd is important to maximize herd productivity.  Often times, cow/calf producers rely on […]

Heifer Synchronization

May 14, 2019
By Kelley Neuhold, Ph.D. Heifer synchronization is one of the best technologies to help add to the bottom line of a ranch. Synchronizing heifers […]

Heat Stress Management

May 14, 2019
By Howard Blalock, Ph.D. A producer survey conducted by Busby and Loy (A.S. Leaflet R1348) reported that the heat event in 1995, resulted in […]

Beta-Agonist in Beef Production

April 30, 2019
Mike Jarosz, Ph.D. Moving into spring/early summer brings about many calf-fed cattle close to finishing in the feedlots.  A set of additives called beta […]

Say Goodbye to Flies!

April 11, 2019
By Lisa Davis MS, Dairy Product Manager     During the spring, summer, and fall, flies are a big concern!  On cattle, fly populations […]

What does rumen fermentation dynamics tell us about sugar and starch? – Fermentation rate of QLF, corn, and whey permeate

April 10, 2019
Paul Dyk, MS, Regional Sales Manager & Dairy Technical Sales Manager Kai Yuan, Ph.D., Senior Research and Technical Advisor   Not all carbohydrates are […]

Formulating DCAD to Drive Milk Fat

April 10, 2019
Based on Dr. Rich Erdman’s conference presentation Summary by Kai Yuan, PhD Dietary Anion Cation Difference (DCAD) is not only important for pre-fresh dry […]
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