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Have a quick look at a few of our published research results, presented in clear 1-page documents. Click on the title that interests you to open the document.

New technology assessment targets improved efficiency.

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.

Article published online by the University of Guelph. For more information, contact Prof. Christine Baes cbaes@uoguelph.ca or Prof. Flavio Schenkel schenkel@uoguelph.ca.

Smile… and say more cheese, milk and yogurt.

This study was part of the Guelph Family Health Study and was funded by Health for Life.

For more information, contact Justin Sheremeta at jshereme@uoguelph.ca.

Pain reduction during calf disbudding.

For more information, contact Professor Charlotte Winder, Dept. of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinarian College.

When to start calves on automated milk feeders.

For more information, contact Professor Stephen LeBlanc, Dept. of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinarian College.

Welfare advice is better received with expert delivery.

For more information, contact Professor David Kelton, Dept. of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinarian College.

Calf

Adding water to dry cow feed improves cow health.

For more information, contact Professor Trevor DeVries, Dept. of Animal BioSciences, Ontario Agricultural College.

Getting kids to consume more dairy.

For more information, contact Professor Andrea Buchholz, Family Relations & Applied Nutrition, College of Social & Applied Human Sciences.

Apple pomace as a yogurt stabilizer.

For more information, contact Professor Gisèle LaPointe, Dept. of Food Science, Ontario Agricultural College.

Start the Day Off Right With Dairy.

For more information, contact Professor Douglas Goff, Dept. of Food Science, Ontario Agricultural College.

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