Top 10 reasons for disappointing herd colostrum results

Is colostrum not doing its job in your herd? Calf-rearing specialist Sheila McGuirk from the University of Wisconsin may have the reason why. FULL STORY »

Prevent heifer handling stress and injuries

Heifers are unique in their handling behavior, interaction with humans and response to stress. University of Wisconsin Dairy Extension Agent Aerica Bjurstrom offers insights into improving heifer handling. FULL STORY »

Tips for healthy calves in cold weather

As winter hangs on, calves continue to need extra care and support to survive and thrive during harsh weather conditions. Bruce Ziegler with Hubbard Feeds offers advice on how to do it. FULL STORY »

New developments in managing Johne’s disease

Diagnosing and vaccinating Johne’s disease has been complex and imprecise due to cross-complications with TB testing. USDA researchers recently have made Johne’s breakthroughs. FULL STORY »

Caring for cold-stressed calves

Recent blasts of Arctic air and historically low temperatures have been hard on calves. New York calf management specialist Sam Leadley provides advice on how to help them. FULL STORY »

The impact of cold stress on calves

Cold weather hits calves hard from many different angles. Researchers at the W.H. Miner Institute share how to help them cope. FULL STORY »

Prevent infections with colostrum and navel dipping

Acquiring an infection of any type can be a devastating setback for a newborn calf. Some routine management practices can go a long way toward prevention. FULL STORY »

Calf blanket tips

It’s time to break out the calf blankets. Read advice on how to maximize their value from Grober Nutrition. FULL STORY »

Nesting is not just for the birds

The Dairy Calf & Heifer Association offers advice on helping calves build nests to ward off winter’s chill. FULL STORY »

Calf scours: Causes, prevention and treatment

The Dairy Calf and Heifer Association provides advice on why calves contract scours and how the disease can be addressed. FULL STORY »

Common-sense antibiotic use

Antibiotics play an important role in both human and animal health. Striking a balance between the two is critical to the success of both branches of medicine. FULL STORY »

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