Jul 31

China's Feed Production Expanding, Streamlining

China's Feed Production Expanding, Streamlining
China has emerged as the world’s top feed producer, and its increasing production levels put it on track to become the dominant source of feed in years to come. Aidan Connolly, Vice President of Alltech, takes a look at the issues facing feed companies in China as they expand and modernize.
 

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Jul 30

Passion breeds success! Elisabeth and Johann Moitzi

Categories: Agriculture, Dairy Cows
Passion breeds success! Elisabeth and Johann Moitzi

Family team Spirit!

Mr. and Mrs. Moitzi together with their two youngest children and their national champion (2011) PARIS.

The veterinarian Dr. Walter Peinhopf from Steiermark nominated the Moitzi family as his Dairy Heroes for the following reasons:

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Jul 19

No Silver Bullet When it Comes to Managing Milk Quality

No Silver Bullet When it Comes to Managing Milk Quality

According to the National Mastitis Council the cost of poor milk quality is not cheap. The average case of mastitis costs a farmer $184, with two-thirds of that amount being due to loss in milk production. 

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Jul 18

Connecting Farmers with Farmers

Connecting Farmers with Farmers

When a problem arises on the farm, there is a good chance that someone in the world has already faced that same challenge. With the world becoming more and more global, the opportunity for farmers to share and learn from one another has grown immensely. When a disease hits animal production in one country, they can often look to another country to see how they overcome that challenge. Many countries are attempting to model their production after other countries with successful methods. 

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