Feeding Signals: The
Cows Say it All
Feeding perfect rations is only possible when you understand feed analysis, the properties of the feed, the way a cow functions and her milk production. The concept 'Feeding signals' looks at all these aspects: from mouth to rumen and intestines. In this article we touch on a few things to consider when using this concept.
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Kansas State University's O.H. Kruse Feed Technology Innovation Center utilizes I-Control to automate feed milling operations.
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Universities implement automated control systems to enhance the teaching experience.
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Richard Sellers, senior vice president of legislative and regulatory affairs.
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Attendees fill an education session during the 2013 NGFA Country Elevator in Omaha, NE.
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Successful Fund-raiser Helps Uncover PEDv Answers
IFEEDER donates $100,000 to study the role of feed in controlling PEDv.
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How to identify and meet customers’ needs under changing market conditions.
Walls help determine total bushel capacity, aeration and other features.
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The Northern Crops Institute, located on the campus of North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND, has educated visitors from more than 130 countries.
Feed Industry Invests in Education
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Who is responsible under the law — the staffing agency or the host employer?
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Misguided laws are being enacted in Hawaii through a campaign of fear, charged emotional appeals and deliberate misinformation