DHM Articles in Spanish

Profit Tips in Spanish - November

This month selected Profit Tips have been translated into Spanish. They originally appeared in the November 2007 issue of Dairy Herd Management. FULL STORY »

Consejos para el periodo de transición

This month the health column “Tips for the transition period” has been translated into Spanish. Mistakes during the transition period can jeopardize a cow’s entire lactation and affect how long she stays on the dairy. In this article, veterinarian Jim Brett gives readers seven things they should periodically review to help make sure that all cows get off to a good start. FULL STORY »

Como evitar sobrecarga de endotoxinas en las becerras

This month the article “How to avoid endotoxin overload in calves” has been translated into Spanish. All gram-negative vaccines contain endotoxin. And while the vaccines are very safe, external factors such as management, nutrition, health and even the environment, all play a part in how each calf responds to the endotoxin in the vaccine. This article gives you five steps to prevent the problem. It originally appeared in the September issue of Dairy Herd Management. FULL STORY »

Haga que sea una estadía corta

This month the article, “Make it a short stay” has been translated into Spanish. The article explains the latest research from the University of Wisconsin that shows too much time in a daily-entry, group-calving pen derails fresh-cow health. The article originally appeared in the August issue of Dairy Herd Management. FULL STORY »

Camine su lechería con migo

This month, the column “Walk your farm with me” has been translated into Spanish. Written by veterinarian Jim Brett, this article details a few of the things he looks for when walking among the cows, in the parlor and at the bunk to evaluate a dairy. It originally appeared in the July issue of Dairy Herd Management. FULL STORY »

No deje que la mastitis subclínica le robe sus ganancias

This month the article, “Don’t let subclinical mastitis steal your profits” has been translated into Spanish. The article explains why addressing subclinical mastitis can improve cow health and boost your bottom line. It originally appeared in the June issue of Dairy Herd Management. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips in Spanish - May

This month selected Profit Tips have been translated into Spanish. They originally appeared in the May 2007 issue of Dairy Herd Management. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips in Spanish - April 2007

This month selected Profit Tips have been translated into Spanish. They originally appeared in the April 2007 issue of Dairy Herd Management. FULL STORY »

Revise sus becerras de la cabeza a la cola

This month the article "Check calves from head to tail" has been translated into Spanish. Recent research has shown that the early signs of respiratory disease are commonly missed. That's why experts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison developed this nose-to-tail protocol to help you identify respiratory disease in pre-weaned calves before spontaneous coughing and other symptoms appear. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips in Spanish - February 2007

This month selected Profit Tips have been translated into Spanish. They originally appeared in the February 2007 issue of Dairy Herd Management. FULL STORY »

Importancia de la Bioseguridad en los animales nuevos

This month the health column, “Biosecurity a must with new animals” has been translated into Spanish. In the article, veterinarian Jim Brett explains why testing animals before purchase and isolating them upon arrival must be a priority for every farm. He also offers suggestions on how to overcome some of the common on-farm obstacles that prevent producers from implementing this step. The article originally appeared in the January 2007 issue of Dairy Herd Management FULL STORY »

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