Clinical mastitis video available

The video discusses causes of clinical mastitis and outlines monitoring and management strategies that you can use to reduce its occurrence. FULL STORY »

Make changes to improve SCC

Added benefits include higher milk production, lower disease and, potentially, more premiums. FULL STORY »

Use on-farm culturing to make treatment decisions

Administering antibiotics to all cases of clinical mastitis is not always necessary, and can result in unnecessary dumping of milk and economic loss. Let on-farm culturing results be your guide to better treatment decisions. FULL STORY »

Check out these teaching materials

Modules are available to help you train and improve the skills of dairy workers in six subject areas. The materials include both English and Spanish versions. FULL STORY »

Milking prep: A forgotten priority

How often do you, as a manager, evaluate what’s happening in the parlor? FULL STORY »

Best milking practices checklist

Use this new online checklist to pinpoint areas in your milking routine that need improvement. It also is available in Spanish. FULL STORY »

15 ways to reduce somatic cell counts

More and more dairy producers are driving down somatic cell counts (SCC) in their bulk tanks, but there is always room for improvement, even on the best operations. The University of Minnesota Extension Dairy Team offers these ways that dairy producers can further improve their milk quality. FULL STORY »

Get a good milk sample

Proper milk sampling is an overlooked, yet important contributor to the accuracy of milk test results, especially when it comes to high-producing, early-lactation cows. FULL STORY »

Expanding? Consider parlor labor efficiency

Part Two of a weekly parlor management series from the University of Wisconsin discusses the relative costs of capital versus labor as an aid in the parlor selection process. FULL STORY »

Learn more about subclinical mastitis

The occurrence of subclinical mastitis in dairy cows is the focus of a recently released milk-quality video. FULL STORY »

Control heifer mastitis

You may have a heifer mastitis problem on your farm if greater than 15 percent of heifers have clinical mastitis around calving or greater than 15 percent of all heifers have a first test-day SCC greater than 150,000 cells/mL. FULL STORY »

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