Kentucky's equine industry had a total economic impact of almost $3b last year, according to the just-released 2012 Kentucky Equine Survey.
AVMA Convention holds session on hot topics in cattle welfare.
AVMA session discusses emerging food safety risks, including the emergence of economically motivated adulteration.
Tobacco plant produces vaccine faster than traditional methods.
Beef tenderness is valued by consumers and influenced by both environmental and genetic factors.
The occurrence and treatment of mastitis in dairy herds is reported to cost as much as $2 billion annually, and part of the challenge is diagnosis.
Future bison generations may weigh less and findings may apply to cattle.
"Oversimplifying" NARMS data provides "misleading" conclusions, says the Food & Drug Administration as it takes on EWG report.
Genetic resources key part of ag adaptation strategy.
Nucleotide formulations for livestock provide growth, health benefits and may be an alternative to medicated feed.