DHM Articles in Spanish

Aprenda como prevenir infecciones por Salmonella

This month we have translated veterinarian Jim Brett’s Health column “Learn how to prevent salmonella” into Spanish. In the article, Dr. Brett explains how salomella infections occur, appropriate treatment protocols and how to prevent it from recurring on your farm. The article originally appeared in the April 2003 issue of Dairy Herd Management. FULL STORY »

Es tiempo de evaluar el tratamiento de la mastitis clínica

This month we have translated the latest research on treating mastitis into Spanish. This new research from Michigan State University shows that by making treatment decisions based on culture results, not clinical signs, you can significantly reduce mastitis treatment cost and milk-withholding times. The article, “It’s time to rethink how you treat clinical mastitis” orginally appeared in the March 2003 issue of Dairy Herd Management. Click on the title above to view in Spanish. FULL STORY »

Nueva herramienta de decisión para la enfermedad de Johnes

This is the first of two articles on a new decision-management tool for Johne’s disease that have been translated into Spanish. The article “New decision-making tool for Johne’s,” details the success that researchers and participating study dairies have experienced from using likelihood ratios to make informed culling decisions to manage Johne’s out of their herds. It originally appeared in the February 2003 issue of Dairy Herd Management. Click on the title above to view the article in Spanish. FULL STORY »

Como usar la nueva estrategia de decisión para Johnes

This is the second of two articles on a new decision-management tool for Johne’s disease that have been translated into Spanish. The article, “How to use the new Johne’s decision strategy,” gives you step-by-step instructions on how to apply this protocol using likelihood ratios in order to make informed management decisions to your dairy. It originally appeared in the February 2003 issue of Dairy Herd Management. Click on the title above to view the article in Spanish. FULL STORY »

6 consejos para obtener un manejo excelente del tanque de inseminación

While A.I tanks may appear sturdy and dependable they are actually more fragile than you think. And since that tank is all that stands between your genetic investment stored inside and the outside environment you need to make sure your tank is in tip-top shape. Use this checklist to routinely check that your A.I. tank is functioning properly and discover problems before damage to stored semen occurs. This article originally appeared in the January issue of Dairy Herd Management and has been translated into Spanish for you to share with your Spanish-speaking employees. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips in Spanish — December 2002

The following Profit Tips, which have been translated into Spanish, originally appeared in the December 2002 issue of Dairy Herd Management magazine. Click on the link above to access the Profit Tips in Spanish. FULL STORY »

7 señales de aviso de una ración estresada por la sequía

It’s been a tough year for growing forages, and that makes feeding cows and heifers even more challenging. That means you need to pay close attention to your cows. They will tell you if the ration isn’t quite right. This article which originally appeared in the November issue of Dairy Herd Management gives you seven warning signs to look for that will alert you if something is not quite right with the ration. It has been translated into Spanish for you to share with your Spanish-speaking employees. FULL STORY »

Enlace en la Calidad Lechera

Consumers today are increasingly concerned about the safety of their food. As consumer concerns and preferences evolve, dairy producers — as part of the food production chain — must respond. By making small management changes, dairy producers can enhance dairy product food safety and help meet evolving consumer expectations. This article, which originally appeared in the October issue of Dairy Herd Management, gives you seven things you can do to improve food safety pre-harvest. It has been translated into Spanish so that you may share it with your Spanish-speaking employees. FULL STORY »

Como prevenir la diarrea en las becerras

Calf scours is one of the top killers of young calves on dairies today. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. The article “How to prevent calf scours” gives you eight ways to keep calf immunity high and disease challenge low. The article, which originally appeared in the September issue of Dairy Herd Management, has been translated into Spanish for you to share with your Spanish-speaking employees. Click on the title above to view in Spanish. FULL STORY »

Como prevenir neumonía

Pnuemonia is one of the top two killers of young calves on dairies today — the other is calf scours. However, you can take steps to prevent pneumonia from attacking your calves. “How to prevent pneumonia” gives you 10 ideas to help reduce the incidence of pneumonia on your dairy. The article, which originally appeared in the September issue of Dairy Herd Management, has been translated into Spanish for you to share with your Spanish-speaking employees. Click on the title above to view in Spanish. FULL STORY »

Como convertirse en experto en locomoción de vacas

Locomotion scoring is a tool that you can use to identify cows with subclinical lameness before obvious problems appear. Use this illustrated step-by-step guide to teach your employees how to use this tool. This article originally appeared in the August 2002 issue of Dairy Herd Management. To share this article with your Spanish-speaking employees, click here. FULL STORY »

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