US group, Land O’Lakes, as it unveils new protein products for calves, says it is aiming to get producers to feed calves more frequently and at a higher plane of milk nutrition to boost their health and growth.
The results generated by a pioneering project looking at global dairy feeding systems will inform other initiatives aiming to measure the carbon footprint of the dairy sector, boost dairy farm efficiencies or enhance the nutritional composition of milk,...
The Serbian government has ordered dairy farmers in the country to implement “necessary” measures to control aflatoxin levels in the milk they produce in response to a mass recall of dairy products and widespread safety concerns.
Last week, FoodNavigator-Asia published an opinion piece by the anti-GE pressure group, GE-free NZ, that criticised AgResearch, the New Zealand research institute. In the article, the author made reference to the institute’s work in breeding a cow that...
US milk protein prices increased by 13% in October. But does the price increase have the momentum to carry milk protein prices to the "exceptional highs" of 2008? US commodities expert and MilkPrice blogger John Geuss gave DairyReporter.com...
With dairy farming now accounting for 1.2 per cent of total global greenhouse gas emissions, more critical research is needed by European stakeholders to improve environmental sustainability, says a new report.
A new US study charting a 64-year fall in the carbon footprint of producing milk in the country, reflects wider global success in adopting sustainable milk production, according to one national dairy association.
Cleopatra swore by it, bathing daily in asses' milk as part of her
beauty regime. But now, following the death of the world's oldest
women - another devoted fan of donkey milk - the spotlight is back