Consider shorter, single-group dry periods to manage hypocalcemia
Do cows need a 60-day dry period? In fact, research demonstrates that cows only need a minimum of 30 days dry, although it is not recommended to go less than 40 days dry. FULL STORY »
Transition troubles: What happened to her?
The 90-day transition period is critical to the future health and profitability of your cows. There is a huge investment at stake, and ignoring cows during this period could mean missing warning signs that lead to problems. FULL STORY »
Immune Health Is Key to Dairy Cattle Reproductive Function
A well-functioning immune system has been shown to support multiple aspects of dairy cattle health and productivity. FULL STORY »
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