The Beef Cattle Research Council examines the best practices for evaluating harvesting forages based upon nutritional quality, forage yield and climatic conditions.
Rob Patterson and Krisjan Jones from Canadian Bio-Systems discuss the evolution and future of livestock feed technology - a timely discussion ahead of new rules on antimicrobial use in feed coming into effect Dec. 1, 2018.
Across Canada dry conditions are contributing to a poor hay crop and uncertain feed grain production. Consequently, winter feed costs for cows are moving higher. Planning now for winter feeding provides an opportunity to utilize available feed resources most efficiently. Pregnancy-checking and assessing body condition of cows can help you make the best use of available feed to maintain your herd’s reproductive momentum.
Latest opportunities will be highlighted at World Pork Expo, June 6-8 in Des Moines As the pork industry across the U.S. and Canada prepares for a new landscape of dramatically evolved rules, expectations and demands impacting how pigs are raised, advances in the science behind a ground-breaking feed additive technology are generating fresh solutions to […]
A new wave of cutting-edge nutritional innovation is emerging to power the animal agriculture and feed industries in Canada and beyond, helping them to meet today’s challenges while supporting a strong future. Participants across the animal nutrition industry – including researchers, nutritionists, feed industry specialists and other industry partners – can learn about the latest […]