Nutrition

Take a timeline approach to fresh cow management

This will help cows achieve a smoother transition from the pre-fresh pen to the post-fresh milking herd. FULL STORY »

Know the signs of heat stress

Even when it’s not that hot out, animals can be affected by heat stress. FULL STORY »

Should you use that feed additive?

Use these guidelines to decide. FULL STORY »

Be aware of grass tetany problems

Lush, green, rapidly growing grasses present a considerable risk for grass tetany, regardless of season. The combination of high potassium and low magnesium and calcium in these forages is thought to be the primary cause of grass tetany. FULL STORY »

Manage lameness in winter

It is estimated that every lame cow costs between $300 and $400. Use these tips to manage lameness. FULL STORY »

Nutritional conditions that may affect reproductive performance

The reproductive performance of a dairy herd can be affected by three nutritional issues. FULL STORY »

Managing retained placentas

Take into consideration these nutritional factors. FULL STORY »

Nutritional management of the dry cow

Proper management and nutrition while dry is crucial for obtaining maximum milk production in the following lactation. FULL STORY »

New tool for determining feed quality

Ask your nutritionist if he has heard about infrared cameras for detecting heat loss in bunker silos. FULL STORY »

Watch for aflatoxins in feedstuffs

Aflatoxin-contaminated corn or other feed grains contaminated with aflatoxins pose risks to dairy cattle. FULL STORY »

Feeding new crop corn silage

If you must start feeding new crop corn silage, have a digestibility analysis done. FULL STORY »

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