Regular dairy market updates

The Center for Dairy Excellence in Pennsylvania provides a monthly dairy market evaluation to help producers make profitability and risk-management decisions. 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 »

Minimize cross-sucking

Cross-sucking can cause damage to developing udder tissue and potentially introduce mastitis organisms in young heifers. Here are some ways to prevent it. FULL STORY »

Make your heifers productive citizens

It costs a lot to raise a replacement heifer these days. Here are some tips toward maximizing that investment. FULL STORY »

Ag lender survey provides glimpse at future lending conditions

Find out how agricultural lenders responded to a recent survey conducted by Kansas State University. FULL STORY »

Managing risk the first week after weaning

The transition off of a milk-based diet can set calves back and leave them vulnerable to weight loss and clinical disease. New York calf and heifer specialist Sam Leadley provides advice for easing calves successfully through this transition. FULL STORY »

Tips to prepare calves for winter

Old Man Winter is knocking on our door, and Ann Hoskins, calf and heifer specialist for Vita Plus Corporation, offers advice on preparing calves for his arrival. FULL STORY »

Views on cow-calf separation

The consuming public has many questions about why specific farm practices are performed. Researcher Heather Dann with the W.H. Miner Institute in New York addresses the question of why dairy calves are separated from their dams so quickly on most farms. FULL STORY »

Can calves be taught to urinate in a specific place?

Is it possible for calves to be trained like cats to urinate in a specific location? A team of Canadian researchers conducted a study to find out. FULL STORY »

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