Focus on feed management during volatile times

Here is some advice on nutrition and feed management to help you navigate volatile times in the dairy industry. FULL STORY »

Rumination technology benefits transition cow health

Tracking rumination daily helps identify cows that need attention before visual observations can detect health challenges. FULL STORY »

Plan ahead for silage storage

As spring approaches, the anticipation of forage harvest arrives. Thus, now is the time to evaluate your storage for the upcoming silage season. FULL STORY »

Advice on feeding low-forage diets

Here is a look at a low-forage feeding trial and some considerations to keep in mind when feeding low-forage diets or diets with high non-forage fiber sources. FULL STORY »

Dairy app featured on Big Ten Network

A video clip featured on the Big Ten Network highlights how the DairyCents app from Penn State Extension is making an impact on the farm. FULL STORY »

Forage variety selection really pays

Wise selection of perennial forage varieties is the investment return that keeps on giving and giving. FULL STORY »

A reminder to step up energy needs in cold weather

Failing to meet energy needs during consistently low environmental temperatures can cause dairy calves and older animals to deplete body fat stores, plunging them into negative-energy balance. FULL STORY »

Spanish edition of California Dairy Newsletter available

The annual Spanish edition of a dairy newsletter from the University of California Cooperative Extension is now online. It contains five production-management articles that have been translated into Spanish. FULL STORY »

Buying or selling feeds? Know their dry matter

It's importance to know the dry matter concentration when buying or selling feeds. Here are some steps to help you price wet feeds. FULL STORY »

Nutrition checklist for improving reproduction

There are many aspects to manage to achieve better reproductive efficiency, including your dairy herd's nutrition program. FULL STORY »

A look at copper toxicity in heifers

Growing heifers may be more susceptible to chronic copper toxicity than previously thought. Toxicity in young animals also may occur at dietary levels lower than those that induce toxicity in mature Holsteins. FULL STORY »

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