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Watch out for mycoplasma in young calves

Calves less than two months of age appear to be most susceptible to mycoplasma infection, according to a recent study of Mycoplasma bovis in California calves. FULL STORY »

Normal cows aren’t lame

Too many producers accept a certain level of lameness as normal. FULL STORY »

Is calf mycoplasma seasonal?

More California calves suffered from infection with Mycoplasma bovis during March than any other month of the year, according to research in the September 2004 Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. FULL STORY »

Researchers examine transfer of Neospora

The Canadian study cited at left also sheds light on the prevalence and transmission rate of Neospora caninum. FULL STORY »

Management key to reducing neosporosis

New research confirms that management strategies are more important than genetic selection when it comes to reducing neosporosis, an abortion-causing infection caused by Neospora caninum. FULL STORY »

Less light for dry cows benefits immunity

Short-day lighting — eight hours of light followed by 16 hours of darkness — improves immune function in dry cows, according to research reported in the November 2004 Journal of Dairy Science. FULL STORY »

Wisconsin producers lower dietary phosphorus

Recent surveys conducted on dairy herds in three Wisconsin counties indicate that phosphorus levels in dairy rations have decreased dramatically. FULL STORY »

Are you feeding too much dietary protein?

New USDA research shows that lactating cows may not need as much dietary protein as you think. FULL STORY »

Headlocks help improve profitability

According to new data from the University of Wisconsin- Madison, headlocks in four-row free-stall barns can increase profits by $22 to $43 per head per year, depending on your management practices. FULL STORY »

Study compares mastitis treatments

It pays to treat clinical mastitis with antibiotics, according to research in the August Journal of Dairy Science. FULL STORY »

Choline improves reproduction

Choline may help improve reproductive performance, according to research from the University of Missouri. FULL STORY »

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