The San Diego-based firm says its feed supplement can redirect methane-generating carbon in cow’s rumen into compounds that can be used as energy by the animal to produce more milk with a lower environmental footprint.
The product, developed by University of Alberta, is 'the first of its kind' to have widespread benefits for cows, such as reducing inflammation that causes lameness and preventing reproductive health issues.
In August 2021, Danone North America announced it was severing ties with 89 organic dairies from the northeast. DairyReporter speaks to NODPA’s Ed Maltby to find out where the affected farmers stand one year on.
Bord Bia, the Irish Food Board, has launched a Grass Fed Standard, which it says is the world’s first on a national scale, that allows it to track and verify the percentage of grass consumed in the diet of Irish dairy herds.
Arla Foods is expanding its capacity of whey protein concentrates
through an agreement with Norwegian dairy firm TINE, under which it
will sell WPC produced as a by-product of TINE's cheese production.
ADM has launched a new line of soya proteins for use in place
of expensive dairy ingredients or to extend milk supply, in the
light of high prices that caused manufacturers' costs to escalate
A New Zealand research group plans to create a genetically modified
dairy herd capable of producing 'medicinal milk' that it says may
be used to fight a range of diseases and maintain a healthy immune
system, reports Chris...
As the anti-GM feel gains pace in Europe Britain's third largest
retailer Sainsbury has seized the moment launching onto the
supermarket shelves a milk produced from cows 'guaranteed to have
been fed a GM free diet'....
The increase in milk prices in the US - has been spurred by a storm
of factors across the country. Analysts are blaming low production
on the discovery of Canadian BSE, the high price of animal feed and
even the revolution of low-carb...
In recent years the Russian dairy sector has undergone tremendous
upheaval, with the consolidation of old dairy plants changing the
face of the industry. We spoke to the Russian National Dairy
Institute to find out what impact these...
DNA evidence suggests - to a high degree of certainty - that the
BSE-positive cow found in Washington State originated from a dairy
farm in Alberta, Canada, according to the USDA. The department also
believes that the safeguards put...