Tips on Drug Residues, Lameness and Feeding Translated Into Spanish

December 23, 2015 02:17 PM
 
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By Lucas Sjostrom

English and Spanish-speaking dairy owners and employees can learn more about extra-label drug use, the economic impact of cows stepping on sharp objects, and the importance of dry matter for feeders.

California’s Cooperative Extension Service monthly newsletter from the Tulare County office for December 2015 translated recent articles from the newsletter into Spanish, side-by-side with the English originals.

Excerpts of the English version of each article can be read at www.dairyherd.com.

Read the newsletter in full at this link: http://cetulare.ucanr.edu/newsletters/California_Dairy_Newsletter60600.​pdf

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