There’s some new calcium dietary recommendations out in Australia. They’ve increased the recommended daily intake but unfortunately most people aren’t getting enough under the old guideline.
With higher energy prices this summer, you might be tempted to stretch that silage a little farther than you probably should.
and not the other way around. That’s about to change. Bravo Foods International has inked a deal with brand-name giant General Mills to market a line of flavored milks inspired by General Mills popular cereals.
The supplements, I mean… not necessary for the kids, that is! New research indicates that calcium supplements may not be providing the advertised benefits to the youngsters after all.
Scouting for field crop insects is not just left to corn and soybean growers. Now is the time for alfalfa producers to begin scouting their fields for alfalfa weevil, an insect that can cause severe defoliation if left unchecked.
A study released earlier this month in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that calcium intake isn’t linked to weight gain.
Chances are they’re not. The good news, however, is that you can change that. The American Academy of Pediatrics reports that while parents are a key influencer in children’s consumption of calcium, and a new study indicates that most children and adolescents are at risk forbone fractures and osteoporosis later in life because of low calcium intake.
How well do you know your nutrition program? Are you squeezing every drop of potential production out of your milking string? I just read an article discussing how your profitability will suffer if you either over or under estimate forage requirements for your herd. With that in mind, you might consider making plans to join me in Fort Wayne later this Spring.
Belive it or not, the next time you go out for a run or hope on the treadmill, you may want to take along a bottle of ice cold chocolate milk. Sure, you love the flavor of chocolate milk, but leading researchers now say it may be a better athletic drink than what you typically see sports stars chugging on television.
From Mr. Buckeye Ag Radio Network himself, Andy Vance.