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Animal Ag News 4/25

Carrie Muehling

  • The Balchem Real Science Lecture from Dr. Ciappio is now available online. Find all the resources at
  • Smithfield Foods, Inc., the Utah Pork Producers Association and the Fredette Family Foundation delivered a nearly 30,000-pound truckload of protein to Utah Food Bank following a joint-pledge to donate for every point scored by Brigham Young University and Utah State University during the 2021-2022 football season.
  • A data monitor system could take a farm operation to the next level. In the latest edition of the Dairy Stream podcast, host Mike Austin talks with Michael Goeldi, customer success team member at smaXtec, about data monitoring systems for cows, bolus technology, the role of artificial intelligence, improving management processes and saving money.
  • The National Bison Association is kicking off its partnership with the North Central Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education center at the University of Minnesota this month. The NBA will be working with NCSARE to facilitate two years’ worth of bison field day workshops exhibiting holistic and regenerative management at working bison operations across the upper Midwest.
  • The International Dairy Foods Association celebrates the decision by New York City Mayor Eric Adams to allow New York City public schools to continue to serve nutritious, low-fat and fat-free flavored milk with school meals.
  • USPOULTRY’s 2022 Financial Management Seminar, developed by poultry and egg industry financial professionals, offers insight and tools to help increase your company’s bottom line. This year’s seminar will be held June 27 – 29 at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Resort & Spa in Clearwater, Fla.
  • R-CALF USA is delighted to announce that its upcoming 2022 Annual Convention and Trade Show will be held at The Lodge at Deadwood in Deadwood, South Dakota. The event is scheduled for Aug. 18-19, 2022. Sponsorship and attendee registration is available now at
  • European dairy cooperative Arla Foods and global purpose-led science-based company, Royal DSM, are set to start a large-scale on-farm pilot with the methane reducing feed additive Bovaer@ on 10,000 dairy cows across three European countries. Long-standing global research and on-farm trials show that Bovaer@ can reduce methane emissions by around 30% with continued high animal welfare, supporting the companies’ commitment to sustainable dairy production.
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