Help for treating milk fever

A new podcast addresses treatment and prevention options for this economically important fresh-cow health problem. FULL STORY »

Early season forage supplies

What are the different options to increase early forage produced on your operation? Your approach and priorities will depend on whether you need forage for lactating cows, dry cows, growing heifers or bred heifers. FULL STORY »

Stall base fact sheet available

Choices for free-stall or tie-stall bases are plentiful, but how do you know which one to choose? A new University of Kentucky fact sheet looks at the options. FULL STORY »

Podcast covers causes of milk fever

Many of the clinical signs of milk fever are related to the lack of adequate calcium in the blood that allows for proper muscle function. Here is a look at the resulting stages of hypocalcemia. FULL STORY »

Heat stress season is coming

Are your lactating and dry cows ready? Here are some feeding and management practices to help you control the impact of heat stress on your cows. FULL STORY »

Klebsiella fact sheet

Klebsiella is the second most common Gram-negative pathogen in clinical mastitis cases. It also is the subject of a new fact sheet from the University of Wisconsin Milk Quality team. FULL STORY »

Get ready for summer heat stress now

Here are several things you can do now to help avoid summer slump in milk production. FULL STORY »

Cool new ways to really listen to your cows

New precision dairy technologies, such as rumination/activity or rumination/activity/temperature sensors, can help you listen to your cows 24 hours a day, even in the middle of the night when nobody is around. FULL STORY »

PDPW Transition Cow workshop

Learn how to help transition cows manage through physiological, metabolic and nutritional changes at upcoming workshop on Apr. 9. FULL STORY »

New website from University of Illinois Dairy Focus Lab

The website is intended to serve as a tool for communicating with the dairy industry and the community at large. It will be in English and Spanish. FULL STORY »

Diet essential for controlling milk fever

Transition diet management is essential for controlling hypocalcemia. Take preventative measures to manage blood calcium around calving to avoid a cascade of metabolic problems and health issues. FULL STORY »

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