The latest news from Nobis Agri Science

The latest news from Nobis Agri Science

Nobis Agri Science is dedicated to providing the best, most progressive services in the agricultural industry. From dairy cow feed manufacturing and ruminant nutrition to nutritional consulting and forage sampling, our team seeks to expand their knowledge through continuous learning and ongoing training. To learn more about our team, our mission and our pursuit to provide the industry's best bulk cow feed, view our news articles below.

Milk-Feed Margins Still Key to Profitability

2/19/2020

Figuring out the margin between milk prices and feed costs is critical to understanding the profitability available for us in our operation and industry.

Tags: Dairy Profitability

Challenge Your Team to Develop Goals

2/17/2020

Research and studies from neuroscience reveal that the dopamine levels rise as a person gets closer to meeting the goal they have set. Motivating your team and employees to set realistic goals creates better engagment and dedication within your team.

Tags: Happy Employees

A Farming Impact Beyond the United States

2/13/2020

As much as Americans know, the hunger famine doesn't truly exist or apply to much of our world anymore. It is still real, still a world wide problem, and still organizations that care about ending it. Growing Hope Globally is a non-profit organization that cares about ending this hunger through an agricultural scope and practice.

Tags: Making a Difference

Focus On Protein In Fresh Cow Diets

2/11/2020

Increasing dietary protein levels in fresh cows creates better energy and positive effects on performance.

Tags: Eating Smart

Don't Let Winter Trap your Calves with Pneumonia

2/6/2020

Winter is back and so are the sickness that come with it; amongst humans and cows! Calves can be susceptible to pneumonia and other sicknesses this winter season due to many different factors like ventilation and housing set ups. Below this article states the various options, tips, and tricks to keep those calves happy and healthy.

Tags: Happy Calves!

Tips To Reduce Employee Turnover

2/3/2020

Companies are aware of their staff in many different aspects but do companies really know who loves their job in the company and who does not? Employers can follow some action steps to ensure they are caring for their efficent employees and helping them stick around for as long as possible.

Tags: Love Where You Work

Counting Cows to Caculate Cow Comfort

1/30/2020

Comfy Cows? Cows laying down in their stalls can be a good measure of who comfortable and content your cows really are. This article answers our questions about how many cows in our herds should be laying or standing on a daily basis and how we can manage this on a daily basis.

Tags: Comfy Cows, Happy Cows

How Seasonal Rhythms Impact Milk Production

1/28/2020

Frustrations are bound to come when your cattle start to experience a new season every four months. Although these frustrations come when production fluctuates, it seems to be very normal for cows to have this reaction to the change in season. Cows also react and respond to rhythms in the environment they are in, including time of day, light and darkness, and eating schedules and patterns.

Tags: Seasons

Michigan dairy farm numbers drop: Total herd size, production grows

1/20/2020

The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development found Michigan's overall dairy herd has greatly improved, showing significance in numbers and significance in milk production across the country.

Tags: Michigan Farming

Four Calf Tips for Lifelong Healthy Eating

1/15/2020

From birth, calves are taught how to eat, what to eat, and where to eat. The habits and eating behaviors a calf makes early on can affect their growth, development, and health that impacts them for the rest of their lives. Understanding the eating process and eating behaviors from calves is beneficial for any dairy farmer in helping facilitate a farm environment where cows are happy and healthy.

Tags: Happy Cows USA!