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Antihypertensive effect of fermented milk products under the microscope
Medical News Today

Testing the health claims for fermented dairy products

Researchers have reviewed the scientific basis of claims that fermented dairy foods can act as a treatment for hypertension. Fermented milk has been promoted as a nonpharmacological treatment for hypertension, mainly because of the lack of ... FoodProcessing, 19 hours ago
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Hay and Forage Grower

Winter legumes offer benefits

The author is an assistant professor in the department of dairy science at Virginia Tech. Legumes such as hairy vetch can improve the quality of winter annual grasses. Cover crops are planted to enhance health and fertility of soils and to ...
 Hay and Forage Grower1 week ago

KVASU to promote precision farming

At a time when the dairy sector in the State is facing a decline in productivity, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (KVASU) has launched a series of farmer-oriented outreach programmes ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
Morning Ag Clips

SDSU hires Sergio Martinez-Monteagudo

BROOKINGS, S.D. —The South Dakota State University (SDSU) dairy science department is pleased to announce the hiring of Sergio Martinez-Monteagudo as Assistant Professor. Martinez-Monteagudo will teach classes in dairy products processing and ...
 Morning Ag Clips6 hours ago
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Biological sciences / Asian - Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, "Effects of supplemental levels of Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation product on lactation performance in dairy cows under heat stress."

INTRODUCTION Heat stress is detrimental to dairy cows. The comfortable ambient temperatures for dairy cows are between 5[degrees]C and 25[degrees]C, and a temperature-humidity index (THI) above 68 typically affects dairy production parameters ...
 EnvironmentGuru.com2 days ago Alaska scientist receives $1.6 million award for vaccine research  EurekAlert!23 hours ago Journal of Dairy Science® Announces two new article collections  Alpha Galileo3 days ago PETA science group publishes a review on pulmonary effects of nanomaterials  HealthMediciNet.com4 days ago

Methionine could be key to improving pregnancy rate in dairy cattle

EurekAlert! provides embargoed and breaking science news you can't afford to miss. EurekAlert! offers a one-stop science news distribution service you can trust. EurekAlert! is a service of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. ...
 EurekAlert!2 weeks ago Improving pregnancy rate in dairy cattle  Morning Ag Clips1 week ago

Researchers take global view of dairy work (South Western Times)

, 6:33 pm Western Dairy research scientist Ruairi McDonnell and agribusiness team leader Kirk Reynolds are proud after having research work published in an international journal. Picture: Jon Gellweiler Western Dairy employees are ...
 Yahoo! News Australia1 week ago

Can we meet the trace mineral needs of a modern dairy animal with inorganic minerals?

In the recent webinar Your Choice in Minerals Matters, Dr. Jud Heinrichs, professor of dairy science at Penn State University, and Dr. Roger Scaletti, a trace mineral and milk quality expert at Alltech, got us back to the basics of mineral ...
 Farms.com1 week ago Colorado State University makes comments on Temple Grandin and dairy industry  High Plains Journal2 weeks ago CSU on Grandin and dairy industry  Morning Ag Clips2 weeks ago
US News & World Report

8 Ways Nutritionists Have Changed Their Diets Over the Past 10 Years

Science has altered experts' eating habits. Losing weight and keeping it off doesn't require any magic or secret potions, but rather balance and consistency. That's a fact that hasn't changed for decades. What has changed, though, is how and what ...
 US News & World Report9 hours ago
Houston Chronicle

4-H program aims to grow next generation of ag scientists

, photo, members of the Meeker County Ag Squad are seen at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul showing off the GPS ear tags they developed to help farmers track their livestock from far away. From left are: are Andrew Massmann, Jackie Massmann, ...
 Houston Chronicle14 hours ago 4-H programme hopes to encourage students  News247 hours ago 4-H program aims to grow next...  DailyNews724.com12 hours ago
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