Learn best milking practices at Penn State workshop

Dairy producers and their milkers can learn the essentials of quality milk production at upcoming Best Milking Practices workshops presented at various sites by the Penn State Extension Dairy Team. FULL STORY »

Researchers examine manure solids as bedding

Excellent cow preparation at milking time, sanitation of milking equipment, cow hygiene, adequate dry-cow housing and bedding/stall management are critical for maintaining a low SCC when using manure solids for bedding. FULL STORY »

Examine your cephalosporin use

Assess antibiotic use on your operation to make sure you will be in compliance with the new cephalosporin rules that take effect April 5. FULL STORY »

Milk quality video series debuts

The University of Wisconsin Milk Quality web site has released a video series that will focus on animal health issues and management solutions on organic dairy farms. FULL STORY »

Penn State milking practices workshop on tap

The workshop will reinforce best milking practices, including proper stimulation and the essentials of milk let-down. Graphing equipment will be used to demonstrate impact of prepping on milk let-down. FULL STORY »

Professors team up for milk quality

Two professors in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have launched a new web site that offers updated information and decision-making tools for farmers to manage herd health and milking systems. FULL STORY »

Keep milking equipment clean

Proper cleaning of milking equipment contributes to high-quality milk production. Goals of cleaning milking equipment are (1) to prevent microbial growth and (2) to remove residual milk solids. FULL STORY »

Heifer hygiene for mastitis prevention

Udder health starts before heifers give their first drop of milk. Read tips for preventing mastitis and launching heifers into healthy lactations. FULL STORY »

New research on organic dairy herd health and well-being

A multi-state research team has collected data on animal disease, diagnostic methods and treatment, and herd health management on 200 organic and 100 conventional dairy farms located in Wisconsin, New York and Oregon. Preliminary data provide new information about the perception of disease, treatment strategies and the role of veterinarians on organic dairy farms. FULL STORY »

Handling Staphylococcus aureus mastitis

Staphylococcus aureus is the most prevalent contagious mastitis pathogen. The main reservoir for S. aureus is the infected udder. FULL STORY »

New research on mastitis treatment

University of Wisconsin milk quality specialists recently reported the results of a study involving antimicrobial usage on large dairy herds in Wisconsin. FULL STORY »

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