Physiological and behavioral responses as indicators for early disease detection in dairy calves.
A group of researchers from Hamilton, New Zealand published a study on the physiological and behavioral responses of calves associated with the onset of neonatal diarrhea (NCD) and it showed that the use of infrared thermography (IRT) has an excellent preventive diagnostic potential as non-invasive and automated method.Read More
A new technology to keep fresh milk up to 60 days can change the dairy market.
The Australian Naturo Pty Ltd has developed the first processing technology, without the use of heat, which allows to keep the milk fresh for over 60 days: we could see a real revolution in milk production and in the dairy industry.Read More
Arla Foods focuses on sustainability in dairy production.
The future of production is in the circular economy, according to the dairy giant Arla Foods, which has decided to invest in sustainable development to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30% per Kg of milk produced and to zero the Carbon Net of its dairies by 2050.Read More