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Evaluating lifetime nitrogen use efficiency of dairy cattle: A modelling approach

gratefully acknowledges funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Andreas Foskolos, Jon M. Moorby. Data curation: Andreas Foskolos, Jon ... M. Moorby. Formal analysis: Andreas Foskolos, Jon M. Moorby. Funding acquisition: Andreas Foskolos, Jon M. Moorby. Investigation: Andreas Foskolos, Jon M. Moorby. Methodology: Andreas Foskolos

Traditional vs Modern: Role of Breed Type in Determining Enteric Methane Emissions from Cattle Grazing as Part of Contrasting Grassland-Based Systems

Hannah R. Fleming 0 Jon M. Moorby 0 Bernhard Kaltenboeck, Auburn University, United States of America 0 Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences, Aberystwyth University , Aberystwyth

Does Dietary Mitigation of Enteric Methane Production Affect Rumen Function and Animal Productivity in Dairy Cows?

It has been suggested that the rumen microbiome and rumen function might be disrupted if methane production in the rumen is decreased. Furthermore concerns have been voiced that geography and management might influence the underlying microbial population and hence the response of the rumen to mitigation strategies. Here we report the effect of the dietary additives: linseed oil...

Mixed Grazing Systems Benefit both Upland Biodiversity and Livestock Production

Background With world food demand expected to double by 2050, identifying farming systems that benefit both agricultural production and biodiversity is a fundamentally important challenge for the 21st century, but this has to be achieved in a sustainable way. Livestock grazing management directly influences both economic outputs and biodiversity on upland farms while contributing...