LATEST NEWS FROM Dairy Cattle

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17:01PM Jul 02, 2020

Salmonella Dublin Makes Inroads In The Beef Industry

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor

The issue is commonly thought of as a problem in the dairy industry, but it's impacting beef as well.

14:55PM Jun 22, 2020

Deciding When a Dairy Cow Starts Her Second Career

Body condition is an important consideration when deciding when a dairy animal retires into her “second career”.

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10:48AM Jun 04, 2020

Lifetime Calf Health and Productivity Starts Before Birth

Maureen Hanson
AgWeb Contributor

What happens to calves in the last three months before they are born can influence their own lifetime outcomes, and even those of their offspring.

09:17AM Jun 04, 2020

Anyway You Cut It, Disbudding Hurts

Jim Dickrell
Dairy Editor

Since there are no good options for pain control, polled genetics is likely the best long-term solution.

15:14PM May 26, 2020

PPTV System can Reduce BRD in Dairy Calves by up to 50%

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor

The systems reduce air bacterial counts and noxious agents in barns by driving fresh, outside air into the microenvironment of the calf.

08:59AM May 21, 2020

Get a Better Handle on Digital Dermatitis

Taylor Leach
AgWeb Contributor

While there may not be a cure for this lameness causing disease, digital dermatitis can be easy to manage if you know what to look for.

08:00AM May 21, 2020

Research Team Asks Dairy Industry For Help With Coronavirus Survey

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor

Scientists plan to use an industry wide dairy survey to identify critical areas in the industry and help minimize further health issues, labor disruptions, milk supply shortages and economic risks