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Oklahoma Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory: Blue-green algae can threaten livestock

[USA] Cyanobacteria — blue-green algae — are microscopic organisms that can be found in all types of water including farm ponds. Being photosynthetic, they utilize sunlight to support life. For most of the year, the concentrations are low, and the organisms are more even distributed in Continue reading Oklahoma Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory: Blue-green algae can threaten livestock

McCabe joins Algal Scientific leadership team

Mike McCabe, D.V.M., joins an expanding team of experienced animal health professionals at Algal Scientific, a world leader in algae-based technology for animal and human health. He brings 24 years of domestic and international experience in animal health, pharmaceuticals, vaccines and Continue reading McCabe joins Algal Scientific leadership team

Algae-derived fatty acids show promise for animal reproductive performance: Alltech

Increasing livestock fertility, nailing precision feeding, developing fish meal substitutes and a migration away from antimicrobials are the immediate goals of a US led research alliance relying on ‘innovative’ nutritional and management practices.

Agribusiness companies, research institutes and universities from nine Continue reading Algae-derived fatty acids show promise for animal reproductive performance: Alltech