'GPS' calf pneumonia problems

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You can’t do it with satellite technology, but the same principles behind global positioning system (GPS) technology can help you better anticipate and manage calf pneumonia problems.

Neil Broadwater, dairy extension educator with the University of Minnesota, explains in a recent extension paper that by gathering data, analyzing it and working with your veterinarian, you can minimize pneumonia incidence.

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