Animal Nutrition & Health
Winning at weaning: 5 steps to a low-stress transition for mare and foal
Separating mares and foals at weaning time doesn't have to be a high-stress event. Lifelong equestrian Cait Brown has some advice for making this transition go more smoothly....More Info
Dr. Raj Kasula: Breaking the cycle: Nutrition for better egg shell quality
Older birds lay bigger eggs, which often means weaker egg shells. Can producers minimize this natural phenomenon and get more eggs to market? Dr. Raj Kasula has worked in poultry science for decades, recently spearheading a modern version of layer nutrition software. He joins us with his take on today's poultry challenges and tomorrow's solutions....
A pawsitive start: 6 tips for new puppy parents
Getting a new puppy can be both a very joyful and entirely overwhelming experience. Self-described "dog lady" Cait Brown shares some tips for success....
Alltech 2018 Harvest Analysis indicates high levels of mycotoxins across Europe
Mycotoxins are a concern for livestock producers, as they have toxic properties that impact feed quality as well as animal health and performance. Harvest samples from across Europe that have been submitted to the Alltech 37+® mycotoxin analytical services laboratory in 2018 show high levels of mycotoxins, particularly deoxynivalenol (DON), fusaric acid and fumonisin in areas where there was exce...