Stop the drain of fresh cow disorders

Like a slow leak from a car tire that eventually turns into a flat, subclinical ketosis and milk fever can slowly drain profits from your dairy. FULL STORY »

Genetic evaluations for cow fertility

Genetic evaluations for daughter pregnancy rate allow the measurement of genetic differences between bulls in fertility of their daughters. FULL STORY »

Checklist for nutritional guidelines for reproductive rates

A combination of factors goes into achieving reproductive rates for dairy herds. From supplemental nutrition and feeding programs to maintaining a positive energy balance, here is a checklist to help improve these rates. FULL STORY »

Calves with Sam: Insights from walking in calf barns

When calves are fed ad lib. or free-choice milk or milk replacer, the pens require much more bedding than calves fed on more restricted milk rations. Rationale? More liquid in results in lots more urine out! FULL STORY »

Cattle nutrition for milking and dry dairy cows

Feed costs for the dairy cattle herd represent 50 to 60 percent of the total cost associated with the production of milk. FULL STORY »

FDA approves new estrous-synchronization product

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first GnRH drug labeled for use in combination with another drug for synchronizing estrous cycles in lactating dairy and beef cattle. FULL STORY »

Weather impacts somatic cell counts

Somatic cell counts have seen constant improvements in the state. In the last five years dairy herds on DHIA in South Dakota have improved somatic cell counts by nearly 21 percent from 282,000 to 255,000. FULL STORY »

Best milking practices checklist

This checklist will help you to pinpoint areas in your milking routine that need improvement. FULL STORY »

What can you do about low calcium in fresh cows?

Fresh cows may experience low blood calcium more than previously thought. Find out how low calcium relates to subclincal hypocalcemia. FULL STORY »

Technology makes dairy operations more efficient

New technologies available to dairy farmers are changing the way milk is produced on many U.S. dairy farms. FULL STORY »

Study suggests dairy herd water quality linked to milk production

A recently completed study of water supplies on Pennsylvania dairy farms found that about a quarter of those tested had at least one water-quality issue. And average milk production for these farms was about 10 percent lower than farms with good water quality. FULL STORY »

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