With guest speakers Cornell Kasbergen (owner of Rancho Teresita Dairy) and Brooke Anderson (Scientist at Native Microbials).
While it’s known that improving a cow’s genetics can improve animal productivity, recent research shows that rumen genetics can be a more effective predictor of cow traits, including health and productivity. Cornell Kasbergen of Rancho Teresita Dairy and Brooke Anderson of Native Microbials discuss how feeding native rumen microbes are impacting a commercial dairy herd.
Season 6, Episode 3
This episode is sponsored by Native Microbials.
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