Four-State Conference proceedings available

Proceedings of the 2012 Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference are now online. FULL STORY »

Minnesota Nutrition Conference set

The 73rd Minnesota Nutrition Conference will be September 18-19 at the Holiday Inn, Owatonna, Minn. FULL STORY »

DCRC heads west for annual meeting

The 2012 Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council Annual Meeting will be held in Sacramento, California on Nov. 8–9. FULL STORY »

Identify the risk factors for non-cycling cows

What are some of the risk factors for postpartum cows to be anovular (non-cycling) for a prolonged length of time? Researchers at the University of Guelph set out to find some answers. FULL STORY »

7 heat stress abatement strategies

Minimize heat stress in your dairy cows by following these strategies. FULL STORY »

Improve calving pen management

Calving pens are typically thought of as the culmination of a dairy’s reproduction program, but they are actually the start of the process and directly impact the subsequent pregnancy. FULL STORY »

Online dairy courses to be offered

Advanced Dairy Management and Diagnostics covers a wide range of topics related to dairy farm management, including calf and heifer management, pasture and forage systems, housing, milking systems and more. Advanced Dairy Reproduction focuses on all phases of reproductive physiology. FULL STORY »

Maximizing innate immunity

Innate immunity in the bovine can be helped and hindered by management of stress and nutrition. FULL STORY »

Heat stress in transition cows: An overlooked problem

Due to heat stress last summer, cows finally conceived in the cooler fall months, resulting in heavy calving periods during the hot summer months this year. Do you have enough people in place to deal with the added problems that can result from this? FULL STORY »

Focus on lameness

Research shows low body condition scores may be a risk factor for lameness rather than a result. To evaluate body condition scores, look for V’s, U’s and straight lines. FULL STORY »

Simple steps to identify and treat metritis

Metritis is one of the most common fresh cow diseases. Typically diagnosed during the first 10 days in milk, metritis is a uterine infection that can affect up to 30 percent of a dairy herd. FULL STORY »

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