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Dairy at Guelph well represented at the International Ruminant Reproduction Symposium

June 6, 2023 – Dairy at Guelph was well represented at this year’s International Ruminant Reproduction Symposium (IRRS), taking place in Galway, Ireland between May 28-June 1. IRRS is recognized as one of the most prestigious global conferences about reproduction in ruminant animals and takes place every four years.

Sabrina Van Schyndel named 2023 recipient of the Nandi Scholarship

April 3, 2023 – Phase 4 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine student, Sabrina Van Schyndel, was named a 2023 recipient of the Nandi Scholarship from the Theriogenology Foundation. The Nandi Theriogenology Scholars Program awards $10,000 scholarships annually to three students in their final year of veterinary school who have demonstrated superior potential for future clinical and scholarly excellence and leadership in animal reproduction.

At the top of their game: Dairy at Guelph team helps Ontario producers reap the research rewards

September 2022 – Meet the team of University of Guelph researchers who manage some of Canada’s largest dairy research programs including the Ontario Dairy Research Centre at the Elora Research Station. Originally published by Milk Producer Magazine, Dairy Farmers of Ontario.

University of Guelph-led Dairy Alliance aims to improve competitiveness, sustainability of dairy industry

February 7, 2022 – Improving human and animal health, ensuring environmental sustainability and further strengthening Canada’s dairy industry are the goals of a newly funded, $6.1-million project headed by a University of Guelph food scientist.

Breaking the cycle of bovine respiratory disease

October 26, 2020 – This article mentions, amongst others, results from a study done at University of Guelph. The study found that bovine respiratory disease early in life can have a profound impact on first lactation milk yield.

New technology assessment targets improved efficiency

October 30, 2020 – A complete genetic and economic assessment of the current breeding structure in Canadian dairy cattle is in the process of being completed by a team of U of G researchers from the Department of Animal Biosciences. This five-year research program is led by Prof. Christine Baes, Prof. Flavio Schenkel and Dr. Gerson Oliveira, along with Ph.D. candidates Lucas Alcantara and Kerry Houlahan and MSc. student Colin Lynch. Article by Otaiba Ahsan, SPARK Writer, Research Communications at the University of Guelph.

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