Virtual Farm Tours at World Dairy Expo feature top dairies

For more than a decade, the Virtual Farm Tours have been a producer favorite at World Dairy Expo, allowing attendees to visit a variety of dairies from around the U.S. without leaving the show. T FULL STORY »

Monitoring udder health on dairy farms

Effectively managing udder health on dairy farms requires a good record keeping system and routine monitoring of somatic cell count (SCC) data. FULL STORY »

Weather impacts somatic cell counts

Somatic cell counts have seen constant improvements in the state. In the last five years dairy herds on DHIA in South Dakota have improved somatic cell counts by nearly 21 percent from 282,000 to 255,000. FULL STORY »

Milk-quality conundrum

Nearly 93 percent of the milk in the U.S. is below 400,000 somatic cell count (SCC), but none of our international trading partners see that. They see 750,000. FULL STORY »

Cows can suffer from milk fever even though you don’t see it

Fresh cows in your herd may be suffering from something you don’t see. What is it and how can you prevent it? FULL STORY »

World Dairy Expo welcomes new project specialist

World Dairy Expo is pleased to announce that Carrie Jo Leum has accepted the position of Project Specialist. Carrie Jo grew up on her family’s dairy farm, Leum Jerseys, in Westby, Wis. and has been active in the dairy industry her entire life. FULL STORY »

What can you do about low calcium in fresh cows?

Fresh cows may experience low blood calcium more than previously thought. Find out how low calcium relates to subclincal hypocalcemia. FULL STORY »

World Dairy Expo announces dairy cattle show manager

World Dairy Expo has announced Ann Marie Magnochi as the new Dairy Cattle Show Manager. Ann Marie will join the Expo staff based in Madison, Wis., beginning June 10. FULL STORY »

Treating hypocalcemia routinely

Should we consider routine treatment of subclinical milk fever? How does that differ from treating clinical milk fever? FULL STORY »

Trouble-shooting milk fever and downer cow problems

Milk fever is a metabolic disorder involving calcium in cows. Pennsylvania State University Extension released a guide to troubleshoot the disorder, including looking at possible causes, symptoms and forms of milk fever. FULL STORY »

Subclinical hypocalcemia: Hidden disease that hinders your herd

Take steps to monitor fresh cows for the lesser-known counterpart of clinical hypocalcemia or milk fever, and provide them the calcium they need. FULL STORY »

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