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US launches agreement to further shell egg safety

US launches agreement to further shell egg safety | Dairy, Livestock, Animal Nutrition & Animal Husbandry | Scoop.it
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the US has announced its intent to establish a Cooperative Agreement with the North Carolina State University, Prestage Department of Poultry Science and the Piedmont Research Station Poultry Unit to...
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CALS Research, NCSU's curator insight, June 26, 2013 4:21 PM

The research project will focus on advancing shell egg safety from Salmonella serotypes in the US market. The agreement will go into effect in September 2013. Read more | http://tinyurl.com/ozpj2z6

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‘From crops to cows to cream’: Milking center dedication highlights N.C. State’s innovative approach to dairy science and education

‘From crops to cows to cream’: Milking center dedication highlights N.C. State’s innovative approach to dairy science and education | Dairy, Livestock, Animal Nutrition & Animal Husbandry | Scoop.it
News from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at NC State
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"A new N.C. State University milking center was cause for celebration for North Carolina’s dairy industry Friday Nov. 9. More than 100 people came out to view the new building designed to enhance the university’s teaching, research and extension programs in both food and animal sciences.

 

The center includes milking stalls where about 150 cows are milked twice a day, producing 1,000 gallons a day of milk that’s trucked to Schaub Hall and used in Howling Cow ice cream and other dairy products.

 

The center’s dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Lake Wheeler Road Field Laboratory’s Dairy Educational Unit mark an important milestone in the development of a vertically integrated dairy enterprise system that encompasses not just the dairy farm unit but also the Schaub Hall Dairy Pilot Plant."

 

 

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CALS Research, NCSU's curator insight, February 6, 2013 3:36 PM

"A new N.C. State University milking center was cause for celebration for North Carolina’s dairy industry Friday Nov. 9. More than 100 people came out to view the new building designed to enhance the university’s teaching, research and extension programs in both food and animal sciences.

 

"The center includes milking stalls where about 150 cows are milked twice a day, producing 1,000 gallons a day of milk that’s trucked to Schaub Hall and used in Howling Cow ice cream and other dairy products.

 

"The center’s dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Lake Wheeler Road Field Laboratory’s Dairy Educational Unit mark an important milestone in the development of a vertically integrated dairy enterprise system that encompasses not just the dairy farm unit but also the Schaub Hall Dairy Pilot Plant."

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High Temperature During Incubation Boosts Hatchability, Growth

High Temperature During Incubation Boosts Hatchability, Growth | Dairy, Livestock, Animal Nutrition & Animal Husbandry | Scoop.it
GLOBAL - Researchers have found that heat treatment of eggs before or during incubation improves hatchability and subsequent broiler growth.
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HIGH TEMPERATURE DURING INCUBATION BOOSTS HATCHABILITY, GROWTH | CALS poultry scientist, Dr. John Brake, is part of a research team which has found that heat treating eggs before & during incubation improves not only egg hatchability but also subsequent broiler chicken growth. the paper appears in Poultry Science. Read more | www.thepoultrysit... | Read paper | ps.fass.org/...

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CALS Research, NCSU's curator insight, May 1, 2013 2:28 PM

CALS poultry scientist, Dr. John Brake, is part of a research team which has found that heat treating eggs before & during incubation improves not only egg hatchability but also subsequent broiler chicken growth. the paper appears in Poultry Science. Read more | www.thepoultrysit... | Read paper | ps.fass.org/...