Diagnosing and treating downer cattle (Proceedings)
Down cattle represent a major welfare issue for the dairy industry.
The role of immune suppression in the battle for quality milk (Proceedings)
The adult dairy cow is in a constant battle with infectious agents trying to invade her body and establish disease.
Prudent antimicrobial use for mastitis therapy (Proceedings)
Despite all of the efforts that dairyman and dairy veterinarians have put into mastitis control and milk quality, mastitis continues to be one of the most common diseases on dairy farms.
The ketotic cow (Proceedings)
The periparturient period is a very stressful time of transition for the dairy cow and as a result many diseases, such as milk fever, ketosis, metritis, and fatty liver to name a few are contracted through this period.
New approaches to treating and controlling milk fever (Proceedings)
Dairy cows approaching parturition with impending colostrogenesis have a tremendous increase in demand for energy, protein, and minerals along with changes in homeostatic mechanisms.
Welfare of young dairy calves--myths and realities (Proceedings)
Animal welfare is the state of an animal as it attempts to cope with its environment.
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