Clean calf feeding equipment in six easy steps

Cleaning calf and heifer feeding equipment is a vital part of every dairy. Without proper cleaning and sanitation of feeding equipment, disease and illness can quickly spread between calves. Follow these steps to ensure calf feeding equipment is properly sanitized. FULL STORY »

Anaphylactic reactions are a true emergency

Chances are, if you have given enough injections over time, you have run across an anaphylactic reaction. FULL STORY »

Help for managing dystocia calves

The latest issue of Calving Ease offers some good advice on handling calves born as the result of a difficult birth. FULL STORY »

BRD economics in dairy calves

Dairy calves with BRD can have long-term economic effects such as lower ADG, decreased survival to first calving and calving later in life. FULL STORY »

Baby, it's cold outside

Respiratory disease can be a persistent problem in naturally ventilated calf barns in winter. Research on housing calves in these facilities in winter has identified a few key practices that help reduce respiratory disease. FULL STORY »

The dystocia calf

Dystocia affects between 13% to 15% of Holstein calves and is defined as delayed or difficult parturition. For calf survival, it's critical to understand how dystocia happens, how to prevent it and how to care for dystocia calves. FULL STORY »

Serum protein content affects calf growth

A new Calf Note reviews interesting research that shows the long-term value of feeding colostrum. FULL STORY »

New Calf Note discusses bacteria in colostrum

Calf Note #163 looks at the results of two studies of colostrum management on dairies in the U.S. FULL STORY »

Proper sanitation key for effective vaccinations

Healthy calves are the result of good planning. Working with your veterinarian, you can develop a vaccination and health management plan based on the age of your animals, location and best management practices (BMPs). FULL STORY »

Avoid these calf drug use mistakes

Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) is important even down at the baby calf level. Jim Brett, DVM, Mississippi State University, discusses some of the common mistakes made on dairies that can detrimentally affect BQA. FULL STORY »

Navel dipping reduces infections

Navel infections reportedly account for about 2 percent of preweaned dairy calf mortality in the United States. Sam Leadley, calf management consultant with Attica Veterinary Associates, Attica, N.Y., says routinely dipping navels of newborn calves can significantly reduce the incidence of navel infections. FULL STORY »

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