Effect of AI Technique and Semen Handling on Dairy Cattle Fertility
conception rate. The time elapsed between the initiation of the thawing process and the final seminal ... services postpartum, PAI did not differ between cows inseminated with or without the use of PS at the time ...
Lauren Slutzky to participate in ThinkChicago
Illinois, ThinkChicago is a collaboration between Mayor Emanuel, CIW, University of Illinois, World Business ...
OARDC Biomass to Energy Program
and economic yield. In contrast, use of high-strength food waste feedstocks with their higher ... incorporation of high-energy feedstocks. A better understanding of bioprocesses associated with the anaerobic ... digestion of high-energy food wastes would provide a basis for anaerobic digestion of manure-food waste ...
The Costs of Nutrients and Comparison of Feedstuffs Prices
Ohio State University Until the crops are in, feed markets will be highly reactive to Chinese buying ... 1. Compared to its historical 6-year average of about 10¢/Mcal, NE L sub> is still a highly priced ... average (28¢/lb). Thus, we are still currently in a period of very high dietary energy and moderate ...
TRAINING DAIRY FARM WORKERS
determine when a field is too wet to work? An acceptable level of performance and timetable for the training ... the difference between good enough and excellent? Who will notice or care about how well a job is ...
Ohio State Weed Specialist: Preventing the Spread of Costly Herbicide-Resistant Weed Calls for Zero Tolerance
Cotton Commission, a Perry, Georgia-based industry association. Growers are spending anywhere between $80 ...
Capstone Courses Mesh Academics, Real World
together, and it’s showing us how you can use this information at the industry level out in the real world.” ...
Sept. 12 Summit Tackles Providing 'Food for Billions'
"Food for Billions," on Sept. 12 at the Ohio Union, 1739 N. High St., Columbus. To read more: ...
Milk Prices, Costs of Nutrients, Margins and Comparison of Feedstuffs Prices
consume 50.8 lb/day of dry matter. Using the current approximate net farm price of $16.50/cwt for milk, ... Ohio, March 2015. 1 $/cow/day $/cwt Income 11.55 16.50 Feed (nutrient) costs 6.37 9.10 Milk margins ... they represent about $0.50/cwt in a herd where lactating cows average 85% of its mature animals ...
Aquaponics project combines learning, innovation, and community service in Honduras
aquaculture with hydroponics to grow fish and vegetables without soil. It offers an affordable and sustainable ...