Tackle high bacteria counts in colostrum

High coliform bacteria counts in your colostrums? Now what do you do? FULL STORY »

Can herd somatic cell count be too low?

As herds continue to reduce somatic cell counts and improve milk quality, is there a danger in SCC getting too low? FULL STORY »

Partner dry-off with practices for healthy cows and bottom line

Take every opportunity to prepare cows for the challenges they face. FULL STORY »

Creating a complete immune response

Many factors play a role in an animal’s immune response to disease challenges. FULL STORY »

Bring calves back from scours successfully

Using the proper treatment protocols can save your calves from costly calfhood diarrhea. FULL STORY »

Preserving beef quality in dairy cows

Keeping beef quality in mind during a dairy cow’s lifetime can increase her value. FULL STORY »

Heifers have specific transition needs

While multiparous cows may be the main target of transition-management programs, first-calf heifers also are vulnerable to setbacks in the transition period, and should receive specialized care. FULL STORY »

Keep ahead of heifer mastitis

While often an overlooked aspect of heifer health, mastitis can be a make-or-break proposition for new animals entering the milking string. Here is some advice on pre-freshening mastitis treatment and other preventative measures. 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 »

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