Hoof Health: Start with clean dry hooves

With lameness costing an estimated $300-$650 per cow, hoof health cannot be overstated. Treatment costs, decreased fertility, loss of milk yield, decreased longevity in the herd, as well as labor costs, are all contributing factors.


13 days ago
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Ask A Vet: PInkeye

2 months ago
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Tackling the deadly challenge of Mannheimia haemolytica

Prevention is the best approach with this ever-evolving bacteria

2 months ago
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PRODUCT REVIEW: Insecticides

Beef and dairy producers know all too well the economic damage fly infestations can cause in livestock operations. Reduced milk production, decreased feed efficiency and disease transmission between animals cause economic loss.

8 months ago
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What is Metritis Costing You?

Metritis is a common fresh cow disease that strikes early lactation females, usually within the first 10 days after calving. Incidence rates of metritis and subclinical endometritis range from 10% to 30% in herds.1 

9 months ago
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