Peer-Reviewed Research

Scientifically Proven Since 1943

Proven results worldwide

Diamond V’s global research team oversees our extensive species-specific controlled trials with findings published for nutritionists, veterinarians, and other professionals in peer-reviewed scientific journals and industry media around the world.

Each research project is planned and executed in accordance with Diamond V’s exclusive Animal Study Best Practices (ASBP). With ASBP, quality research procedures produce reliable results.



Dairy Research

Dairy Research

As seen in Veterinary Microbiology, Journal of Dairy Science, The Professional Animal Scientist and other prominent journals, our decades of dairy research provide a extensive analysis of calf and lactation performance, rumen function, feed efficiency, dry matter intake and more.



Beef Research

Beef Research

Studies published in The Professional Animal Scientist and other journals, including a comprehensive meta-analysis, examine the effects of Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation product on cow/calf and feedlot performance.



Poultry Research

Poultry Research

Our poultry research library features more than 40 articles and abstracts, published in Poultry Science, Journal of Applied Poultry Research, International Journal of Poultry Science and others, focusing on pre-harvest food safety, immune function, vaccines and antibiotics, and animal productivity and performance.



Swine Research

Swine Research

Dozens of published abstracts and article address the full lifecycle of swine production, including growth performance, immune response, E. coli challenges, and more.



Equine Research

Equine Research

Articles published in Equine Veterinary Science, Journal of Equine Veterinary Science and Journal of Animal Science explore selenium supplementation, forage quality and exercise physiology.



Aquaculture Research

Aquaculture Research

These studies, published in Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, Aquaculture, Aquaculture Nutrition, and other journals, investigated the impact of dietary yeast culture on hybrid tilapia, rainbow trout and Pacific white shrimp.



Specialty Research

Specialty Research

Studies include effects of yeast culture supplementation on dogs, goats and lambs, with articles published in Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science, Animal Feed Science and Technology, and more.