Words by: Anne Lee Researchers working on unravelling the reasons cows with low milk urea nitrogen breeding values (MUNBV) excrete less nitrogen in their urine despite eating exactly the same diet have found a clue in their grazing behaviour. Lincoln University PhD student Cameron Marshall has analysed swathes of data from his study on 48...
Words by: Kim Robinson Around 70 farmers and rural professionals braved the heavy rain and...
Focusing on individual cow body condition score boosted six-week in-calf rate on a Cambridge demonstration...
Karen Trebilcock Southern Dairy Hub is seeking out new research topics as it nears the...
It seems cows are as happy as their humans to have a few sleep-ins each...
Lisa Whitfield REPRODUCTION Massey Dairy No. 1 boasts impressive reproduction statistics, with a three-week submission...
Karen Trebilcock Wintering pregnant cows on fodder beet appears to be affecting the growth of...
Stephen Goldson New Zealand is a country built on its primary industries, on its ability...
Anne Hardie Researchers estimate it will be three to five years to develop methods to...
Debbie McCallum Dairy Trust Taranaki (DTT) has four farms operating as research units in Taranaki...
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