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Can amino acid production become more sustainable?

The amino acid market for 2022 is estimated to reach ten million tons with over $13 billion USD market value. However, to make amino acid production more sustainable and ecologically viable, alternative resources and waste streams have to be considered.

Report: Feeding hempseed cake alters the bovine gut, respiratory and reproductive microbiota

A growing number of studies have investigated the feasibility of utilizing hemp by-products as livestock feedstuffs; however, their impact on livestock microbiomes remains unexplored.

Avivagen announces review of strategic alternatives

Avivagen has appointed a special committee of the board to review and assess strategic alternatives for the company to maximize stakeholder value going forward – including the potential sale, in whole or in part, of the company.


Early bird rate still on for the North American Manure Expo!

Join us back in the field Aug. 10-11 in Arlington, WI for the North American Manure Expo. The first day of the Expo will feature tours including a dairy manure-to-RNG digester and a first-of-its-kind microgrid, as well as the Arlington Research Station tour and, of course, the signature agitation demo. The second day will include live application demos, education sessions, exhibitors and more. Register today for early bird pricing!

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Quality is key

In 2018, Richard and Kristy-Laine were chosen for Dairy Farmers of Manitoba’s New Entry Program. They sold off a lot of their acreage and most of their beef herd, retaining 60 of their Black Angus commercial beef cattle, and added a milking operation. These days, they milk 55 dairy cows in a double eight milking parlour. The cornerstone of the Carrs’ nutrition plan for both herds is forages, so the family aims to produce the highest-quality forage possible including corn silage, rye and Japanese millet. » Read More...

World Pork Expo

June 7, 2023
Des Moines, IA
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Ontario Pork Congress

June 21, 2023
Stratford, Ont.
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