Cattle Breeding Articles

  • Bacteria-free surroundings breeds healthier and more productive cattle Case Study

    Danish Clean Water A/S is a manufacturer of ECA generators and has successfully marketed and deployed its generator for more than 5 years, sold to more than 20 countries through local partnerships and has thereby gained significant market power. The ECA generator can be used in various industries and production  sites, but especially within animal husbandry in agriculture the results have ...


    By Danish Clean Water A/S

  • Palm Oil Wastewater

    Palm oil is not only the highest yielding cheap vegetable oil on the earth but also a safe raw material for edible oils and daily chemicals, and a raw material for biofuel. As a raw material for edible vegetable oils, chemical raw materials and biofuel, palm oil has attracted worldwide attention in the process of ecological protection and industrial pollution. As a result, ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • Palm Oil Wastewater

    Palm oil is not only the highest yielding cheap vegetable oil on the earth but also a safe raw material for edible oils and daily chemicals, and a raw material for biofuel. As a raw material for edible vegetable oils, chemical raw materials and biofuel, palm oil has attracted worldwide attention in the process of ecological protection and industrial pollution. As a result, palm oil ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • How to Operate Cow Manure Organic Fertilizer Manufacturing Process

    How to deal with cow dung in cattle farm? In the process of cattle breeding, if the cow dung is not handled in time, it will cause air pollution, breed a large number of mosquitoes and flies, pollute the surrounding environment of the farm and cause cattle diseases. Treating cow dung to turn waste into treasure can also bring huge benefits. Making cow dung into organic manure is one of the main ...

  • Palm Oil Wastewater

    Palm oil wastewater is not only the highest yielding cheap vegetable oil on the earth but also a safe raw material for edible oils and daily chemicals, and a raw material for biofuel. As a raw material for edible vegetable oils, chemical raw materials and biofuel, palm oil has attracted worldwide attention in ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • Catastrophic cost of Foot and Mouth Disease

    Foot and Mouth disease has never completely disappeared. Although it has been almost 20 years since the last major outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease in the UK, which cost the industry more than £8 Billion, it does not mean that the disease is not still a very real risk to the economy. ...

  • Salamaq17 will have the best sample of livestock in southern Europe

    alamaq 2017 will hold a new edition from 6 to 11 September and Digitanimal will be present. The 29th International Exhibition of Pure Livestock will reach this year in Salamaq17 excellence thanks to the collaboration between the Diputación de Salamanca and the Livestock Associations. This was highlighted by the head of La Salina, Javier Iglesias, who accompanied the Agriculture deputy, ...


    By Digitanimal

  • Physical Contaminant Testing Of Composts

    Changes are in progress in multiple countries on weight-based limits for physical contaminants in composts. The net effect may be higher quality compost products. Maintaining and improving compost product quality is vitally important for ensuring continued confidence in organic waste recycling industries around the world. One quality criterion of particular interest from the general ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Have humans tilted the climate books out of balance?

    In the great book-keeping of climate change, scientists have just discovered a big mistake. They have been wrong, they now think, to count on the mountains, the plains, the forests and the grasslands as an agency that slows climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide. It does absorb carbon dioxide. But the chilling news is that  ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Can mountains of animal bones boost food security in Ethiopia?

    By turning a wasted resource into fertilizer, researchers aim to help a hungry nation replenish depleted soils As unemployed young men pick through trash heaps near Jimma University in southwestern Ethiopia to find treasures to sell, they search for one of the hottest resources in demand at the moment: discarded animal bones. ...


    By Ensia

  • A Decade After Asian Tsunami, New Forests Protect the Coast

    The tsunami that struck Indonesia in 2004 obliterated vast areas of Aceh province. But villagers there are using an innovative microcredit scheme to restore mangrove forests and other coastal ecosystems that will serve as a natural barrier against future killer waves and storms. On the day that the Indian Ocean tsunami hit his village a decade ago, fisherman Hajamuddin was at sea. It was ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Agronomic impact of earthworms, cow dung compost, vermicompost and chemical fertilisers on growth and yield of brinjal ( Solanum melongena )

    The pot experiment was conducted to assess the impact of live earthworm + cattle dung (as feed), cow dung compost, vermicompost, chemical fertilisers and control (without fertiliser) on growth and yield of brinjal (S. melongena). Growth and yield parameters were significantly superior in the pots treated with live earthworms as compared to other fertiliser inputs at 5% level. The plant height ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Have Your Steak and Eat It, Too

    In our recent feature, “Has Meat Met Its Match?,” writer Rowan Jacobsen explores ways people can (now and possibly in the future) reduce the environmental and food security impacts of their diets, including entomophagy (bug-eating), synthetic meat and vegetarian substitutes. If none of those fits your needs, there are plenty of other ways ...


    By Ensia

  • Nutrient transport characteristics of livestock manure in a farmlan

    Background :Livestock excretions containing high concentration of nutrient, pig liquid fertilizer, and cattle manure were applied to agricultural land. The characteristics of nutrient transport were examined in surface runoff and groundwater by an artificial rainfall event at real scale field site. Also, the effects of the artificial rainfall event on the characteristics of residual soil after ...

  • Estimation of the increase in deforestation due to agricultural and pastoral activities in the Brazilian Western Amazon: an approach based on the relationship between production and productivity

    This paper presents and discusses the evaluation results of the increase in deforestation verified in the period of 1970 to 1990 in the Cruzeiro du Sul area, Acre State, in the Brazilian Western Amazon, based on an analysis of the relationship between the production and the productivity of the agricultural and pastoral (A&P) activities. The analysis suggests a deforestation increase owing to ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Soil properties and crop yields in response to mixed paper mill sludges, dairy cattle manure, and inorganic fertilizer application

    The contribution of organic wastes to crop yields and soil fertility may be influenced by their composition and the soil type. This 6-yr study (2001–2006) evaluated the effects of repeated additions of mineral fertilizers (MF), mixed paper mill sludges (PMS) (18, 36, and 54 Mg ha–1), dairy cattle manure (DCM) (36 Mg ha–1) alone or with reduced mineral fertilizer (60% NPK) (RMF) and a control, on ...

  • Examination of Salmonella and Escherichia Coli translocation from hog manure to forage, soil, and cattle grazed on the hog manure-treated pasture

    Use of hog (Sus scrofa) manure as a fertilizer is a practical solution for waste re-utilization, however, it may serve as a vehicle for environmental and domestic animal contamination. Work was conducted to determine whether pathogens, naturally present in hog manure could be detected in cattle (Bos taurus) grazed on the manure-treated pasture, and whether forage contamination occurred. During ...

  • Building reservation economies: Cattle, American Indians and the American West

    Removal to reservations involved American Indians in changing economies and federal 'civilisation' programs that were fueled by beef cattle, breeding cattle, working cattle (oxen) and dairy cattle. As 19th century reservations expanded, Native Americans negotiated the bovine economies as consumers, labourers, producers, retailers and marketers. Cattle, working oxen and dairy cows were intended to ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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