2018 M-AAA Legislative Summary

Published February 1, 2019

The 2018 M-AAA Legislative Summary details some of the recent research and extension projects that received funding from the Michigan Alliance for Animal Agriculture.

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  • George Smith and Ron Bates

    2018 Message from M-AAA Leadership

    Continued support from the state of Michigan, commodity groups and Michigan State University has propelled M-AAA to new heights, offering increased opportunities to grapple with some of animal agriculture’s most pervasive challenges.

  • 2018 M-AAA Project Summaries

    From evaluating and improving worker training on dairy farms to promoting environmental sustainability, MSU researchers and Extension educators have been on the forefront of many urgent concerns.

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    Using dietary strategies to improve dairy cattle health and productivity

    Adam Lock, an associate professor in the MSU Department of Animal Science, is working to help dairy producers increase the value of their product amidst currently suppressed milk prices.