The 12th Antibiotics Symposium - Exploring Stewardship, Sustainability and Collaboration – will continue the National Institute for Animal
Agriculture’s focus on a One Health approach to antimicrobial resistance and stewardship in Alexandria, VA from November 1-3 at the Westin Hotel.

Climate resilient practices key to future of livestock

Heat stress may become a serious challenge in livestock production systems without adaptation measures. This is consequential for milk and meat production.


Skilled labor, long term solution, for meat processing industry

With fewer workers and an increase in demand, NASDA is hearing from the farm to the packing house that innovative solutions are needed for the long-term health for the industry.



Agricultural water management is key to more productive crops and animals-  The availability of fresh water is limited worldwide. Approximately 70% of all fresh surface water is used in agriculture, which provides humanity with most of the food and fiber that they need.

USDA announces additional $21.9m for meat and poultry supply chain- The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) today announced an additional $21.9 million of funding is being awarded to 111 grant projects through the Meat and Poultry Inspection Readiness Grant Program (MPIRG), bringing total funding to $54.6 million.

Avian flu strikes three more California turkey flocks- Three new cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) have been confirmed in California, bringing the total number of commercial poultry flocks in the state to be affected in August to six.

NIAA’s Animal Agriculture Leaders Take a Bite of Sacramento- Cohort 1 of the Advanced Training for Animal Agriculture Leaders finished their third in-person leadership training session in Sacramento, California.

NIHC host national discussion on hemp as a feed ingredient – “The webinar was not a debate; rather, it was a national discussion on overcoming challenges and gaining approval for hemp seed and hempseed by-products as ingredients in animal feed.”

Be prepared for more open cows – Heat stress has a many impacts on biological processes that can lead to poor reproductive rates. Prior to estrus, heat stress reduces follicle growth, hormone production, or oocyte (the egg) competency.

Cattle feed market size worth USD 125.5 billion by 2030 at 4.3% CAGR- According to a Comprehensive Research Report by Market Research Future (MRFR), “Cattle Feed Market by Ingredient Type, Additives, Application, and Region – Forecast till 2030”, the market will be worth USD 125.5 Billion by 2030 and estimated to record a compound annual growth rate of 4.3% between 2020 and 2030.

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