Address lameness everyday

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Lameness is a disease just like mastitis, says Jan Shearer, noted lameness expert and extension veterinarian at the University of Florida. That means it must be addressed every day.

Think about it, says Shearer. If a cow has mastitis, you don’t just turn her out and treat her two to three weeks later. You take the time to treat it that day. Do the same with lameness.

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