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Is there a future for private Russian dairy farms? Dairy farmers fear that smaller farms are not able to have access to these funds.
The efficiency with which protein is captured in milk by the dairy cow is staggeringly low. Optimising the dairy cow's use of dietary protein would decrease
Researchers, academics and scientists are all excited by the possibilities of precision dairy farming but what does it really mean for a farmer today?
The Dutch breeding organisation K.I. SAMEN may not be the biggest breeding company around, it does have its own philosophy on how to breed the best dairy cow
Awareness of the impact of lameness on dairy cow welfare and economics has grown massively in the last 30 years. Our understanding of the causes and risk factor
Transformation in SA’s dairy sector involves dairy training and the transfer of knowledge, as managing a dairy herd, big or small, requires expertise.
Malic acid is an organic acid naturally found in many forages, but it can also be supplemented. But do they also have health benefits for dairy cows?
Researchers at Osaka University in Japan have developed an early detection method for cow lameness. Dairy Global talked to professor Yasushi Yagi
Dairy trade has been impacted by several major factors over the last 3 years. This is stated by Rabobank. For beef, the bank expects global growth.
Global dairy feed production has dropped a little to 116.4 million metric tonnes. Whereas, the international feed tonnage has exceeded 1 billion metric tonnes