Electrolytes: The surprising solution to many poultry house problems
Salmonella standards in pork on the horizon; are you ready?
Controlling manure odors with microbial feed additives.
Reducing the odors from manure pits on hog farms has become a greater necessity as nuisance lawsuits set dangerous precedents for agriculture. Here’s what you need to know to start your manure management plan.
A safe food supply is everyone’s responsibility
Thank You, Farmers and Processors, for the Most Wonderful Time of the Food Year
Four Steps to Manage Corn Silage Variability
Many dairy producers are facing challenges caused by variable corn silage quality this season. Here are four considerations for feeding the 2019 crop.
Why metabolizable protein matters.
Metabolizable protein (MP) is one of the most important considerations in formulating dairy rations. Learn why it’s important to maximize MP, and how to harness FERMENTEN™ to improve MP for your dairy cows’ optimal performance.
Innovative animal ag: How the last 20 years will inform what’s next.
Dr. Elliot Block has been at the forefront of Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production’s innovations for the last two decades. Here, he shares his perspective on how the animal ag industry has evolved and what he anticipates for the future.
Industry Responding to “Perfect Storm” of African Swine Fever
Getting to Know Your New Animal and Food Production Resource
Times change. The challenges you face have evolved. Even where you’re reading articles like this has changed—and we couldn’t be more excited about what it means for you and others who care deeply about animal and food production.
Improving piglet health in a ZnO-free world
With the rapid reduction of zinc oxide (ZnO) and impeding ban on its use altogether within the European Union, swine producers are looking for alternate ways to minimize health issues in piglets.
Winning the DCAD balancing numbers game
Dietary Cation-Anion Difference, or DCAD, may be a mouthful to say, but it’s an essential number to know—and properly address—in the rations of your dairy cattle.
Mitigate Mycotoxin’s Economic Impact With These 4 Tips
A World Without Livestock?
Even while global consumption of meat, eggs and dairy products continues to grow, certain segments of society question the sustainability of livestock production.
Instead of zinc oxide for pig health, there’s…what exactly?
Zinc oxide has been used for almost 30 years in swine production to help prevent scours and maintain pig health. But now, regulations across the EU and Asia are significantly reducing its use because of its unintended environmental consequences.
Is your farm like a vineyard? Microbes think so.
How will improved resiliency help your cows?