Dairy Nutrition and Management Short-course set for June 3-6

The Dairy Nutrition and Management Short-course is designed to expose nutritionists, allied industry professionals, and veterinarians to the latest research and its application within dairy nutrition and management. FULL STORY »

Purina Animal Nutrition launches Cool Cow app

Purina Animal Nutrition LLC has introduced the Cool Cow app for smart phones. FULL STORY »

Spring and lameness in dairy cows

Lameness is the second highest culling reason in the U.S. behind mastitis. Humid conditions during spring predispose to this problem. FULL STORY »

Five steps to better heifer reproduction

The Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council (DCRC) will host its first educational webinar on May 9. FULL STORY »

Dietary dry matter variation affects lactating dairy cows

Researchers at The Ohio State University determine if rebalancing diets for a short term (1-3 day) change in silage dry matter is necessary. FULL STORY »

The virtues of sand

Sand has been called the gold standard of bedding materials for dairy cows. A new podcast from Purdue Extension discusses why sand makes such an exceptional lying surface for cows. FULL STORY »

Cool dry cows to boost income potential

If cooling dry cows isn’t something you’ve ever considered, it may be an area of untapped economic potential. Here is a look at research that shows the advantages for both the cow and her calf. FULL STORY »

Do your homework before investing in precision dairy farming

Many precision dairy farming technologies exist. A new fact sheet provides questions to think about before you make the investment. FULL STORY »

Podcast focuses on evaporative cooling

Have you forgotten the magic of putting water over cows' backs to keep them cool? A recent podcast takes a second look at the benefits of this cooling strategy. FULL STORY »

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 »

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