Research Track

Immunity not enhanced by big gains

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Limit-fed heifers generate less manure

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Feather meal’s nutrient profile grows

Feather meal now has a more complete nutrient profile, thanks to research from the Miner Agricultural Research Institute in Chazy, N.Y. FULL STORY »

Presynch doesn’t increase heifer pregnancies

According to a University of Wisconsin study, using a presynch estrus-synchronization protocol does not increase heifer pregnancies. FULL STORY »

Calving location does not affect calf health

Are calves born in individual maternity pens healthier than calves born in a group maternity pen? FULL STORY »

Don’t restrict ventilation in winter

Solid front and rear panels on calf pens may protect calves from the cold, but they also limit ventilation in naturally ventilated calf barns. FULL STORY »

The dirt on colostrums

Colostrum cleanliness is in need of improvement FULL STORY »

Study weighs in on growth-monitoring tools

Hipometers and heart-girth tapes are good ways to estimate the bodyweight of heifers. FULL STORY »

Crossbreeding benefits calves

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Organic selenium improves reproduction

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Give first-lactation cows a longer dry period

A University of Wisconsin study shows that stage of lactation influences a cow’s response to a reduced dry period. FULL STORY »

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