College of Life Sciences & Agriculture

Preventing Coccidiosis in Cattle

Preventing Coccidiosis in Cattle

Station scientist Pete Erickson, professor of dairy management in the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, has found evidence that the compound sodium butyrate—a nutrient that people obtain by consuming beans, peas and other legumes, but that can also be added to animal feed—could be used... Read More

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