FFAR grant examines pasture and rangeland soil health

An international coalition announced a $19 million research project aimed at understanding how a farmer or rancher's grazing management decisions impact soil health on pasture and rangeland (commonly called grazing lands) and – in turn – how soil health can positively impact a producer’s land and well-being.
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[Guide] Best FFAR 1 loadout in Warzone Pacific Season 1

While it isn't quite the solo powerhouse that it was in Warzone Season 2 and 3, the FFAR remains a very viable pick in Warzone Pacific Season 1 for those who want to use it. For those who are returning to Warzone to check out Caldera and want to use this familiar weapon, your attachment setup is absolutely essential if you want to find success in Warzone's increasingly competitive lobbies.
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We’re making strides on improving Feed Saved

One year ago, the trait Feed Saved made its debut in the December 2020 genetic evaluations published by the Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding (CDCB). With this new trait, dairy can breed for more feed-efficient cows – to save on feed costs and reduce dairy’s environmental footprint. Right...
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Matthias Corion awarded Nick French Prize at 2021 Virtual IFRG meeting

Matthias Corion, PhD student at the Department of Biosystems, Division of MeBioS, at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) in Belgium, is the second Nick French Award winner. His research is funded by the Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research (FFAR) and the Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO). A Committee of the Incubation and Fertility Research Group (IFRG) of the World Poultry Science Association (WPSA) selected the prize recipient.
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OSU researchers aim to turn seafood byproducts into source of nutrition

ASTORIA — A research project led by Oregon State University has the potential to reduce food waste by utilizing seafood byproducts as a cheap, high-quality source of protein. OSU received a $333,777 grant from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research to study whether protein from byproducts such as fish...

FFAR led public-private partnership aiming to reduce methane emissions from cattle

The US Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research (FFAR) and the Innovation Center for US Dairy announced the Greener Cattle Initiative at COP26. Methane emissions reduction was high on the agenda at the climate talks, with stakeholders suggesting that methane reductions are not only technically possible, but also essential for the agricultural industry to meet its sustainability targets. A number of initiatives related to the goal were launched and government pledges formalized at COP26.