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Waste not, want not: Byproduct of ethanol industry makes suitable cattle feed supplement

Making a living raising cattle isn't as simple as just buying a herd and turning it out to pasture. Cattle require specific diets to maintain proper nutrition and weight gain. And how to do this in th...

Feed intake study in beef cattle could lead to more efficient breeds

A change is coming to the cattle seedstock industry. Breed associations have long been interested in finding the genetic basis for feed efficiency, with the aim of breeding more efficient animals. But...

Bid to tackle widespread cattle disease may aid African farmers

(University of Edinburgh) Scientists are beginning a £2 million project to research how trypanosome parasites cause long-term infections in cattle.

Genome Canada project aims to spread genes of low-emission cattle

In an effort to reduce methane gas emissions from cattle, researchers in Canada, the UK, the US and other countries are colla -More- 

Cattle Feed Market By Animal Ruminants; By Product Antibiotics, Vitamins, Amino Acids, Feed Enzymes, Others; By Industry Feed Industry, Fodder Industry, ArgoBased Industry And Others; Geography Forecast 20162021. [Updated: 24032016] Prices from USD $52

Cattle feed additives are supplements used in cattle feed for improving the quality of feed to enhance their yield and health. Cattle feed additive are gaining importance due to functions such as grow...

India, Stung by Backlash, Plans to Roll Back Restrictions on Cattle Slaughter

India’s government said it would pre-empt a legal challenge against recently imposed rules on cattle slaughter by revising them “on an urgent basis.”

Global Animal Vaccines by Product Type Attenuated Vaccines, Inactivated Vaccines, Subunit Vaccines, Toxoid Vaccines, Conjugate Vaccines, Recombinant Vaccines, and DNA Vaccines and Animal Type [Companion animals Dogs, Cats, and Others, Cattle, Pigs, Poultr

Veterinary vaccines are used for prevention of diseases that affect animals. Animal vaccination is a costeffective solution to maintain animal health and sustainability, offering various benefits such...

How dangerous are cattle, and how can you stay safe around them?

A well-respected retired academic was recently trampled to death by cattle while walking in Oxford. In 2012, my father was hospitalised after being attacked by cows while walking his dogs through a fi...

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Effects of cytoplasts from Taiwan native yellow cattle on the cellular antioxidant ability of cloned Holstein cattle and their offspring.

We previously demonstrated that the cellular thermotolerance of cloned cattle produced by combination of ooplasm (o) derived from Taiwan native yellow cattle (Y) and the donor (d) nucleus derived from...

Neuropathological survey reveals underestimation of the prevalence of neuroinfectious diseases in cattle in Switzerland.

Neuroinfectious diseases in livestock represent a severe threat to animal health, but their prevalence is not well documented and the etiology of disease often remains unidentified. The aims of this s...

Retro-Active Emotion: Do Negative Emotional Stimuli Disrupt Consolidation in Working Memory?

While many studies have shown that a task-irrelevant emotionally arousing stimulus can interfere with the processing of a shortly following target, it remains unclear whether an emotional stimulus can...

Indication of Cross-Species Transmission of Astrovirus Associated with Encephalitis in Sheep and Cattle.

We report the identification of a neurotropic astrovirus associated with encephalitis in a sheep. This virus is genetically almost identical to an astrovirus recently described in neurologically disea...

Brucellosis Transmission between Wildlife and Livestock in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Inferences from DNA Genotyping.

The wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem carries brucellosis, which was first introduced to the area by cattle in the 19th Century. Brucellosis transmission between wildlife and livestock has...

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