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How much hay to feed a horse in winter

Hard keepers, senior horses and those with poor dentition, especially, can struggle to maintain a healthy body weight, while others may suffer from decreased thirst...
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Air quality in pig barns: What are your pigs breathing in?

While swine productivity and efficiency continue to increase, gases and odors from livestock operations persist and have become a severe problem, with social implications for many countries. Swine facilities are intrinsically associated with air pollutants and the emission of gases, such as ammonia (NH3), hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and carbon dioxide (CO2). These gases often have a negative impact ...

A day in the life of a forage specialist

Derek Wawack works as Alltech’s dairy forage quality expert. He has consulted on farms throughout North America, focusing on everything from feed quality’s impact on animal performance to storage forage management and mold, yeast and mycotoxin management. He regularly visits farms for routine quality monitoring and...

5 key factors for the future of aquaculture nutrition

With the demand for food fish rising alongside a growing global population, the aquaculture industry will have to continue to adapt. Here are the current main developments that will define the next steps in aquaculture’s legacy....

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