Lincoln, Neb. —Four face-to-face programs across the Panhandle on Feb. 16-17 hosted by Nebraska Extension will focus on management practices to improve pregnancy rates in cows calving in late spring and examine the impacts of grazing systems on plant communities and rangelands of Nebraska. productivity. Late spring and summer calvingRead More →

News Russian scientists receive grant to improve livestock selection and breeding programs January 18, 2022 The team of the Laboratory of Genetics and DNA Technologies of the Kostroma Agricultural Academy will receive 600,000 rubles (7,875.00 USD) in grants as state support for young Russian scientists. The research will lead toRead More →

Guide dogs courtesy guide dogs Guide Dogs manages a record level of cuteness. The UK-based nonprofit, which breeds, breeds and trains assistance dogs to be placed with the visually impaired at no cost to the handler, recently welcomed its largest litter. In late 2021, Guide Dogs’ three-year-old German Shepherd UnityRead More →

Aldus. Lindsay Lemmer has introduced an ordinance banning facilities that breed animals for medical, surgical or chemical experimentation. “This is a preventative measure. Currently, there are no such breeding facilities in Madison. The ordinance would not impact UW-Madison as city ordinances do not apply. to state employees working on stateRead More →

Labrador Systems Developer Labrador Systems’ Retriever is like a sleek take on the autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) that are now commonplace in logistics and manufacturing centers. After several years of launching ridiculous robotic humanoids and mobile robot assistants (equivalent to very expensive Alexas on wheels), this handy consumer unit isRead More →