Changes in body condition score during the transition period can dramatically affect reproductive outcomes.
APHIS will invest $27.1 million in foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccine the Agency can use in the event of an outbreak to protect animals and help stop the spread of disease.
Using the right data to find and fix the problem is critical.
Candidates for extended dry periods are younger, lower risk, healthy cattle.
Ensure your time investment creates farm profitability.
To avoid the problem in the future, both the genetic and phenotypic bases for calving ease traits will be updated at the same time.
Cow comfort is the most important thing you can do to prevent lameness.