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Break the Salmonella cycle on your poultry operation.

Poultry
Posted January 06, 2021 by Dr. Sangita Jalukar, Technical Services Manager

Packaged Meat

Lessons learned in 2020.

Food Safety
Posted December 14, 2020 by Roger Beers, Global Director of Food Safety, Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production

poultry barn

WEBINAR: Take a systems approach to combat Campylobacter.

Poultry
Posted December 10, 2020 by Dr. Christine Alvarado, Food Safety Technical Services Manager and Dr. Theresia Lavergne, Poultry Technical Services Manager

cows eating

WEBINAR: Even at low levels, Clostridia impacts herd health.

Dairy
Posted December 08, 2020 by Tom Rehberger, Ph.D., Director, Research and Product Development

Holstein Cows

WEBINAR: Take steps to control Clostridia.

Dairy
Posted November 25, 2020 by Tom Rehberger, Ph.D., Director, Research and Product Development

BIO-CHLOR

Avoiding unnecessary costs by maintaining transition health.

Dairy
Posted November 18, 2020 by Dr. Elliot Block, Research Fellow and Director of Research

Black Angus Cow

CELMANAX boosting cattle performance in the absence of antibiotics.

Beef
Posted November 05, 2020 by Dr. Elliot Block, Research Fellow and Director of Research

dairy cow eatting

WEBINAR: Avoid events that trigger Clostridia outbreak.

Dairy
Posted November 02, 2020 by Tom Rehberger, Ph.D., Director, Research and Product Development

dairy cows

WEBINAR: Salmonella is an underrated killer.

Dairy
Posted October 21, 2020 by Dr. Jack McReynolds, R&D and Technical Director, Food Production

meat in display case

Improve shelf life with a robust evaluation of good manufacturing practices.

Food Safety
Posted October 13, 2020 by Steve Larsen, Technical Services Manager

poultry in barn

Subclinical poultry disease threats have met their perfect match.

Poultry
Posted October 08, 2020 by Dr. Mueez Ahmad, Poultry Technical Services Manager

Subclinical diseases threatening poultry productivity? Boost performance with solutions customized to your operation’s unique microbial makeup.

feeding cows

You could be feeding Clostridia.

Dairy
Posted October 01, 2020 by Tom Rehberger, Ph.D., Director, Research and Product Development

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WEBINAR: Building immunity in your herd is a balancing act.

Dairy
Posted September 24, 2020 by Dr. Neil Michael, Ruminant Technical Services Manager

Worker in dairy barn

WEBINAR: Keep cows on feed or face the consequences.

Dairy
Posted September 16, 2020 by Dr. Elliot Block, Research Fellow and Director of Research

Dairy Cow

Studies align on prepartum ration strategy when balancing for negative DCAD.

Dairy
Posted September 09, 2020 by Ruby Wu, PhD, Technical Services Manager

Sanitized Production Room

Sanitation: the first line of defense in any food safety plan.

Food Safety
Posted August 19, 2020 by Brent Marnin, Account Manager, Food Production

Turkeys

Reducing Salmonella in poultry with phage technology.

Poultry
Posted August 13, 2020 by Christine Alvarado, Technical Services Manager, Food Production

piglets eating

Piglet performance starts with the sow.

Swine
Posted August 06, 2020 by Dr. Ellen Davis, Monogastric Technical Services Manager

Dairy cows eating.

Take a whole-farm approach to pathogen control.

Dairy
Posted July 10, 2020 by Tom Rehberger, Ph.D., Director, Research and Product Development

Corporate Ad

Providing solutions across the food chain.

General
Posted June 30, 2020 by Scott Druker, General Manager, Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production

Swine Nose

Fighting invisible invaders in feed.

Swine
Posted June 24, 2020 by Sangita Jalukar, Ph.D., Technical Service Manager

chicken packages

Combat foodborne pathogens in poultry with an effective antimicrobial.

Food Safety
Posted May 18, 2020 by Christine Alvarado, Technical Services Manager, Food Production

Dairy Quality

Now’s the time to amp up milk quality.

Dairy
Posted May 06, 2020 by Elliot Block, Ph.D., Research Fellow and Director of Research

dairy cows

Prepare your herd for a stress-free summer.

Dairy
Posted April 07, 2020 by Dr. Ruby Wu, Technical Services Manager

poultry

Mitigating poultry pathogens from flock to fork.

Poultry
Posted March 18, 2020 by Sangita Jalukar, Technical Services Manager

Beef Cow

Say goodbye to the effects of cattle transport stress with RFCs.

Beef
Posted March 12, 2020 by Dr. Neil Michael, Ruminant Technical Services Manager

dairy cows eatting

Optimizing the transition period with negative DCAD in prepartum diets.

Dairy
Posted February 27, 2020 by Dr. Ruby Wu, Ruminant Technical Services Manager

White Chicken

Electrolytes: The surprising solution to many poultry house problems.

Poultry
Posted February 11, 2020 by Dr. Ajeet Bishnoi, Regional Manager, South Asia, Middle East and Africa, Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production

eating at dinner table

Salmonella standards in pork on the horizon; are you ready?

Food Safety
Posted January 28, 2020 by Dr. Steve Larsen, Technical Services Manager, Passport Food Safety Solutions

swine

Controlling manure odors with microbial feed additives.

Swine
Posted January 21, 2020 by Dr. Ellen Davis, Monogastric Technical Services Manager

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.

pork chop

A safe food supply is everyone’s responsibility.

Food Safety
Posted December 20, 2019 by Dr. Steve Larsen, Technical Services, Passport Food Safety Solutions

Holiday Feast

Thank you, Farmers and Processors, for the most wonderful time of the food year.

General
Posted December 13, 2019 by Ben Towns, Global Business Director

Corn Silage

Four steps to manage corn silage variability.

Dairy
Posted November 21, 2019 by Dr. Neil Michael, Ruminant Technical Service Manager

Many dairy producers are facing challenges caused by variable corn silage quality this season. Here are four considerations for feeding the 2019 crop.

Metabolizable Protein in Dairy Barn

Why metabolizable protein matters.

Dairy
Posted November 12, 2019 by Dr. Joel Pankowski, Ruminant Technical Services Manager

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.

Dr. Elliot Block

Innovative animal ag: How the last 20 years will inform what’s next.

General
Posted October 29, 2019 by ARM & HAMMER

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.

Swine eatting

Industry responding to “Perfect Storm” of African Swine Fever.

Swine
Posted October 16, 2019 by Dr. Ellen Davis, Swine Field Technical Service Manager

We've moved! AHFOODCHAIN.COM

Getting to know your new animal and food production resource.

General
Posted September 17, 2019 by ARM & HAMMER

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.

piglets

Improving piglet health in a ZnO-free world.

Swine
Posted August 30, 2019 by ARM & HAMMER

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. 

farmer and dairy cow

Winning the DCAD balancing numbers game.

Dairy
Posted August 21, 2019 by ARM & HAMMER

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. 

piglet

Instead of zinc oxide for pig health, there’s…what exactly?

Swine
Posted June 11, 2019 by ARM & HAMMER

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.

Microbial Terroir

Is your farm like a vineyard? Microbes think so.

General
Posted June 06, 2019 by ARM & HAMMER

Resiliency for Cows

How will improved resiliency help your cows?

Dairy
Posted June 03, 2019 by ARM & HAMMER

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