Dairy and Almond Groups Partner on Healthy Soils Research

Dairy and Almond Groups Partner on Healthy Soils Research

By Dairy Cares UC Davis evaluates use of compost pellets made from dairy manure and almond twigs. UC Davis researchers are evaluating the use of pelletized compost made from dairy manure and almond tree twigs, to create safe, pathogen-free, value-added amendments to...
Dairy Research Bulletin: August 2021

Dairy Research Bulletin: August 2021

Selected Articles from Aug 2021 Environmental Management and Sustainability Invited review: Sustainability: Different perspectives, inherent conflict. Schiano AN, Drake MA. J Dairy Sci. 2021 Aug 25:S0022-0302(21)00832-8. Consumer definitions of sustainability are...
Benefits of California Dairy Using Byproducts as Feeds

Benefits of California Dairy Using Byproducts as Feeds

Key Take-A-Ways Overall, this research shows that the use of byproducts in dairy rations benefits both agriculture and the environment, improving the sustainability of California agriculture. The average share of byproducts in the ration differs across dairy...
Dairy Methane Reduction Strategies for California Dairies

Dairy Methane Reduction Strategies for California Dairies

Key Take-A-Ways Economic impact of methane emissions reductions varies by herd size and manure management practices employed. Methane emissions from California dairy manure management are declining with adoption of alternative manure management practices and...
SPLASH!® Milk Science Update and the IMGC

SPLASH!® Milk Science Update and the IMGC

Key Take-A-Ways SPLASH!® milk science update is a bimonthly e-newsletter that highlights notable scientific articles on milk science, the dairy industry, and nutrition. SPLASH!® was accessed from every major city in the world and remains an important draw for visitors...