November 13, 2018

I have received several calls about dead cows from HBS in the last month. Higher levels of ash coupled with mycotoxins and pathogens seem to be the common factor in these herds along with high levels of milk production.

   Most of the northeast experienced one of the mo...

Bobbi Bailey, PhD

Animal Nutrition Specialist, MarSyt

Bobbi Bailey, PhD

Animal Nutrition Specialist, MarSyt

With the wet weather that occurred in many parts of the region this spring, making quality

haylage was challenging. One of the most important factors for making high...

August 15, 2017

Dr. Bobbi Bailey, Animal Nutrition Specialist with MarSyt along with Andy Fanko, independent livestock nutritionist, will deliver a lecture on “Digestive Disorders and their Impact on the Horse Industry” for the Farm and Stable Management class at the University of Fin...

We hear a lot about functional carbohydrates like MOS and beta glucans these days as they are two of the most well researched and understood components of yeast cell wall products. We don’t, however, hear much about another important functional component of yeast cells...

As we are harvesting our crops, most of us are probably not thinking about mycotoxins and their potential risks. It is often thought that mycotoxins do not present a significant risk to beef cattle because they can break down the mycotoxins in the rumen. Although beef...

As we start planting our crops this year, our 2015 planting and growing season seems a distant memory. However, now that 2015 corn is being fed out, many of us are starkly reminded of the unpredictable weather patterns that caused mold and mycotoxins in crops last year...

Yeast culture and yeast cell wall components are effective products that have been fed to cattle for years and have been shown to exhibit a variety of beneficial properties affecting animal performance and health. There are many yeast products on the market, so underst...

The winter chill is finally here in the Northeast U.S. and it is time for producers to keep an eye out for winter dysentery in their herds. From now until Spring, we’ll all be doing our best to make sure the herds we work with don’t fall prey to an outbreak of this men...

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