Are you at risk of a residue violation?

Assess your risk for a violative antibiotic residue in milk and meat by using a new online tool from Pfizer Animal Health. FULL STORY »

Etiologies of toe lesions

Toe lesions are an extremely common lesion in cattle. They reduce performance significantly and often become chronic lesions. Part of the reason for this is due to the fact that lesions occurring in the toe have the potential to involve the 3rd phalanx, explains cattle lameness expert Jan Shearer, DVM, MS, Iowa State University. “When this happens affected animals can develop very chronic and painful kinds of conditions,” Shearer says. FULL STORY »

Do more with your milk test records

Upcoming web seminars will show you how to use four customized spreadsheets from Penn State to analyze your dairy's test day data. FULL STORY »

Canadian Bovine Mastitis Research Network

The web site provides the dairy industry with new tools and knowledge to improve udder health and milk quality, as well as to reduce the significant economic losses due to mastitis. FULL STORY »

Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference coming up

The conference will be held April 24-25 in Fort Wayne, Ind. Presentations will focus on nutrition and animal health, milk components, forage management and current issues. FULL STORY »

Make better mastitis treatment decisions

The latest installment in the eXtension Mastitis and Milk Management Weekly Series reviews scientific data that can be used to improve clinical mastitis therapy. FULL STORY »

Podcast offers advice on DCAD feeding

Learn more about the dietary cation-anion difference of pre-fresh diets and its role in milk fever prevention. FULL STORY »

Register for heat stress webinar

Reproductive failure and summer heat stress are the focus of next week’s webinar from the Dairy eXtension learning community. FULL STORY »

High Plains Dairy Conference is just around the corner

The conference will feature a panel discussion on “Adapting to Declining Water Resources,” as well as a broad range of production topics. FULL STORY »

Cull dairy cows decrease replacement costs

High beef prices for cull cows can offset dairy cow replacement costs for farms. Producers have an opportunity to cull more stringently to reduce cost of production and improve herd health. FULL STORY »

It's a matter of inches and seconds

The difference between success and failure is often a matter of inches and seconds, says John Tyson, regional agricultural engineer with Penn State Extension. In the latest Penn State Dairy Digest, Tyson uses a Super Bowl analogy to discuss how profitability of your dairy is no different. FULL STORY »

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