As dairy farms grow in herd size, the amount of required bedding also goes up. Dairy farmers often use sand as bedding because of its availability, comfort, and effectiveness in maintaining herd udder

Popular media has created a buzz around feeding seaweed to ruminants in order to cut down their enteric methane emissions

Does your manure storage lagoon seem to fill up faster than it used to? In a recent C.O.R.N. Newsletter produced by Ohio State University Extension, Aaron Wilson, Glen Arnold, and Jason Hartschuh addr

One only has to spend a few minutes with dairyman Lee Jensen to realize that his mind is always moving

Investing in fertilizer to enhance the growth of native grass pastures and hayfields has long been theorized as a questionable practice

I’ve shifted the focus of my nutrition talks and meetings from discussing ways to boost production or gains to that of improving feed conversion

With each passing year, expectations continue to be placed on dairy producers across the country with a focal point being on-farm environmental practices

The author, a former dairy farmer, is currently a research assistant with the ag and biosystems engineering department at Iowa State University.Researchers at Oregon State University found biochar to