Pomegranate extract for calf health studied

The pomegranate is well known for its health-promoting properties. Two experiments were designed to test the antiparasitical and antidiarrheal effects of concentrated pomegranate extract (CPE) supplement in milk in preweaned Holstein calves. FULL STORY »

What's going on with the calves?

A study by a group of veterinary researchers showed some interesting results regarding communication among calf caretakers. FULL STORY »

Break out the straw to keep calves healthy this winter

It’s time to put away the wood chips and start using straw to bed calves in cold climates. FULL STORY »

Brushing up on cow comfort

Cow brushes promote hygiene, stress relief and social harmony FULL STORY »

Profit tips: Top 9 reasons water quality matters for dairy cows

Following air, water is the nutrient required in the largest quantity by dairy cattle. A cow consumes 30 to 50 gallons of water per day. FULL STORY »

Calf-Tel introduces the next generation pen front

Hampel Animal Care introduces the next generation pen front, part of Calf-Tel’s modular pen system. FULL STORY »

Calf-Tel and Land O’Lakes introduce 4-quart bottle

Bottle provides convenient way to deliver more nutrition to calves. FULL STORY »

PSU Herd Metrics App Now Available

Penn State Extension Dairy Team Assists with Estimating Herd Dynamics FULL STORY »

Dairy Calf and Heifer Association unveils new website

The association is excited to introduce a new website, www.calfandheifer.org. As part of the new design, enhanced features and member-only resources will increase opportunities and benefits available to association members. FULL STORY »

Calves with Sam: When is a Draft Not a Draft?

All of us have experienced a draft. I was standing on the shaded side of a heifer barn back in April in the wind – there was unwanted local cooling on parts of my body. FULL STORY »

Calves with Sam: Should I switch to 3X milk feeding?

My client asked this question having read a online posting. We talked about their current preweaned management. Colostrum is collected in the calving pen from dams as soon as they are up and steady on their feet. The dairy feeds 4 quarts of quality-tested colostrum in the first hour of life - 100% compliance. All calves are blood tested; a test value below 5.5 is unusual. FULL STORY »

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