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Sept. 21 2016
Few things in life are free. Unfortunately for dairy farmers, even incidences of unwanted disease, like lameness, come with a price. The most obvious costs of lameness are associated with treatment
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Aug. 22 2016
Subclinical ketosis should worry you. Clinical ketosis is a regular problem for all milk producers. It is estimated to affect 7 to 14 percent of all cows within a few weeks of calving
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Aug. 22 2016
Heat hits reproduction hard. A drop in feed intake and loss of milk yield are some of the immediate impacts hot weather can have on a dairy herd, but the aftermath of steamy summer days can last long into...