Scours prevention begins during the dry period

Dry-cow vaccination programs against calf scours have a unique goal. Timing is everything. FULL STORY »

Cleanliness key to successful calf management

Colostrum and calories are key elements in successful calf management. However, cleanliness of the physical environment is equally important to the overall well-being of a calf. FULL STORY »

Helping your calves achieve a well-developed rumen

Experts explain why grain consumption is critical well in advance of weaning. FULL STORY »

Subacute rumen acidosis in calves

Most research data would suggest that subacute rumen acidosis, or SARA, is not only frequent in many calves, it may be the norm. Here’s a look at some research. FULL STORY »

Research study: Colostrum benefits not affected by cold storage

Fresh, refrigerated or frozen, colostrum is still the best thing you can feed newborn calves, according to a joint study by Texas A&M AgriLife Research and the University of Florida. FULL STORY »

Stress the 5 C's of colostrum management

Add this information to the employee training manual that you give to new calf care providers on your dairy or heifer-growing operation. FULL STORY »

Video highlights importance of immediate immunity

Check out this YouTube video for advice on protecting newborn calves directly after birth. FULL STORY »

Calf diarrhea: Know the causes

Diarrhea in calves can be caused by a variety of pathogens. However, it also can result from systemic infections, pneumonia and other causes. Make sure you know what you're up against. FULL STORY »

Protect calves' respiratory systems this fall

Changing weather conditions can create respiratory challenges for calves. Help boost calves’ immunity by following these tips on nutrition, calf care and intranasal vaccination. FULL STORY »

New tool for fighting crypto in calves

Cryptosporidium parvum attacks young calves and is the fourth leading cause of scours on dairies. A new scientific breakthrough is poised to give producers control of this persistent parasite. FULL STORY »

Manage dystocia calves properly

The effects of a difficult birth can put a calf at a higher risk of death or illness in the first four months of life. Here are some tips to help you care for calves with dystocia. FULL STORY »

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