Dairy lameness in winter

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Winter requires that you change the way you do things if you want to prevent cases of lameness in your dairy herd.

In the Winter 2013 Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine newsletter, veterinarian Dale A. Moore talks about the three D’s of winter management – drainage, dry and (lying) down.

For more information, read “Dairy Lameness in Winter,” in the Washington State University Veterinary Medicine Extension Winter 2013 newsletter.



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