Dairy calf care: When to assist, what to do

Dr. Harry Momont has trained veterinary students on calving practices for more than two decades at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine. FULL STORY »

Dairy calf care: Get a handle on dystocia data

Colorado State University professor of veterinary medicine Frank Garry suggests dairies can improve calf survival by monitoring and improving calving management. He recommends regularly recording and tracking. FULL STORY »

Herd health: Making a case for case definitions

Internal benchmarking is a great tool. External benchmarking is difficult. FULL STORY »

Heat stress in dams also affects calves

New research is showing that, even before they are born, calves can suffer the effects of heat stress in their dams. FULL STORY »

New vaccine could help prevent metritis

Could metritis infections someday be preventable with vaccines? FULL STORY »

Consider shorter, single-group dry periods to manage hypocalcemia

Do cows need a 60-day dry period? In fact, research demonstrates that cows only need a minimum of 30 days dry, although it is not recommended to go less than 40 days dry. FULL STORY »

Transition troubles: What happened to her?

The 90-day transition period is critical to the future health and profitability of your cows. There is a huge investment at stake, and ignoring cows during this period could mean missing warning signs that lead to problems. FULL STORY »

Immune Health Is Key to Dairy Cattle Reproductive Function

A well-functioning immune system has been shown to support multiple aspects of dairy cattle health and productivity. FULL STORY »

New device texts farmers at calving Play video

If you’re tired of guessing when cows are in labor, and have a cellphone, a new technology out of France might be for you. FULL STORY »

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 »

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