In February, Alberta Beef Producers hosted researchers from across Canada, who presented the findings of several studies partially funded by ABP.
This spring, we’re sharing highlights from these studies in a new series of articles that pinpoint why this research matters to beef producers.
Connecting feed efficiency to weather resilience – Research in progress led by Gleise Medeiros da Silva, University of Alberta.
Getting the science on rest stops – Research led by Karen Schwartzkopf-Genswein and Daniela Meléndez, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Delving into feedlot antimicrobial use – Research presented by Sheryl Gow, Canadian Integrated Program for Antimicrobial Surveillance.
Reducing liver abscesses with forage – Research led by Tyen Paterson and Gabriel Ribeiro, University of Saskatchewan.
Evaluating Johne’s disease control options – Research led by Cheryl Waldner, University of Saskatchewan.
Using energy intake to impact colostrum quality – Research led by Koryn Hare, University of Guelph.
Connecting grazing environments with the rumen microbiome – Research led by Leluo Guan, University of Alberta
Checking in with the Canadian Cow-Calf Surveillance Network – Research presented by Cheryle Waldner, University of Saskatchewan
To learn about more ABP-supported studies and find fact sheets for completed and in-progress projects, visit our Research and Development webpage.
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