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n. the breasts. Fine dairies on that one!
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The Cooperatives Working Together program removed 64,000 cows from the nation's dairy herd, and the program again has stepped up to the plate to assist in exporting cheese and butter.
The government's expert nutrition advisory panel has called the evidence on dairy and weight loss "inconclusive.
Manure, particularly from dairy animals, contains high levels of ammonia and volatile organic compounds that contaminate the atmosphere when they join other emissions, AQMD officials said.
While organic or rBGH-free milks are one solution, it's nearly impossible to track the path of the hormone through the wide range of conventional products and baked goods that contain dairy.
In the newly released White House tape transcripts, Richard Nixon and Treasury Secretary John Connally candidly discuss expected contributions from dairy interests.
We deserve a local dairy," says Sault Mayor Joe Fratesi.
We hesitate to make broad public health recommendations on the basis of the first and only finding related to dairy products," says lead author Daniel W.
com helps the dairy industry manage, trade, and move bulk dairy commodities through its Internet-based business solutions.
A phone call to ZimmComm, then several brainstorming sessions later and World Dairy Diary (www.
But the clincher is that this year, the California Senate Agriculture Committee, at the behest of state dairy interests, killed a bill (SB 1264, by state Sens.
Despite the fact that retail prices for organic dairy products are often significantly higher than those of their conventional counterparts, and that organic dairy was almost unheard of just five years ago, sales are on fire.
The technique in question is the use of bovine growth hormone, or somatotropin, to boost milk production in dairy cows.
com/research/c427fb/research_report_on) has announced the addition of the "Research Report on China's Dairy Industry - 2011-2012" report to their offering.
College students get a taste of the real world, and dairy companies get to mingle with potential new hires and display their wares when the North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge (NAIDC) comes to campus.
A recent review article examined the evidence of a relationship between dairy foods and bone health and considered the following questions: