Beef

  • News Articles

    • New meat scientist joins University of Guelph faculty

      Professor Marcio Duarte is expected to soon join the University of Guelph’s Department of Animal Biosciences as assistant professor in meat science and muscle biology.

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    • Mentorship program participants on farm tour

      New mentorship program builds bridges

      Canadian Poultry, January 2021: Livestock Research Innovation Corporation (LRIC) has launched a mentorship program for new University of Guelph faculty in the Ontario Agricultural College (OAC), Ontario Veterinary College (OVC), and College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CPES) to make connections to the provincial livestock industry.

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    • Beef in the spotlight on farm tour day for new Guelph faculty members

      Ontario Beef, December 2020: Beef Farmers of Ontario Past President Joe Hill’s farm was the first stop on a farm tour day organized by Livestock Research and Innovation Corporation (LRIC) for new University of Guelph faculty.

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    • Beef barn under construction at Elora

      Work continues on schedule at new beef research facilities in Elora

      Ontario Beef, October 2020: The new cow barn and some of the renovated pastures at the University of Guelph’s research farm near Elora are now in use - and work continues on construction of the new feedlot.

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  • Research Scouts

  • A Different Kind of Land Management: Let the Cows Stomp

    Published February 23, 2021

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  • Can You Trust a Pro-Beef Professor? It’s Complicated.

    Published February 21, 2021

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  • Canadians still love meat, regardless of COVID-19

    Published February 12, 2021

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  • Flatulent Cows no Longer on the Nose with Seaweed

    Published January 8, 2021

    Visit www.smh.com.au

  • Extracting energy from manure to meet peak heating demands

    Published December 28, 2020

    Visit www.sciencedaily.com

  • Land ecosystems are becoming less efficient at absorbing CO2

    Published December 18, 2020

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