Dairy Cattle Technical Articles

Article published the August 17, 2017:
Cold weather is not just hard on the people taking care of animals, it can be tough on the animals themselves. Consider respiratory disease (pneumonia) in dairy calves. It’s not just our imagination tha...
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Russ Daly, DVM, DACVPM
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Article published the July 20, 2017:
Milk is one of Mother Nature’s most perfect foods; however, milk quality is jeopardized when it contains life-threatening pathogens. Through science-based knowledge, procedures have been developed to make...
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Dr. Raúl A. AlmeidaStephen P. Oliver
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Article published the March 13, 2017:
  Milk quality is considered a welfare issue. Most dairy cooperatives have established quality-based payment programs to provide incentives to improve milk quality (Botaro et al. 2013). Total bacterial co...
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Armagan Hayirli
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Article published the February 16, 2017:
  Q: What are the main consequences of heat stress? A: Regarding milk production, there are different factors, not just volume, but also fat content and protein in the milk and quality of the milk; that ...
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Israel Flamenbaum
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Article published the January 13, 2017:
INTRODUCTION Today’s dairy farms are changing dynamically, with increasing herd size and more hired employees. On larger U.S. farms, there is a reliance on non-family immigrant or contract laborers. Lat...
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Alvaro GarciaHeidi CarrollMaristela RovaiTracey Erickson
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Article published the December 7, 2016:
Introduction In spite of considerable progress in improvement of milk quality, mastitis continues to be the most frequent and costly disease of dairy cows, however few veterinarians are actively involved in ma...
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Pamela L. Ruegg
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Article published the November 4, 2016:
Introduction Late pregnancy and lactogenesis are linked to comprehensive endocrine and metabolic changes. Homeorhetic adaptations are necessary to accomplish the nutrient drain towards the mammary gland. They...
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Behnam Saremi
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Article published the September 19, 2016:
Heat stress is now considered to be the cause of the largest economical loss to the world’s dairy sector. The reasons for this are global warming, the increase in milk output per cow and the “immigr...
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Israel Flamenbaum
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Article published the August 16, 2016:
In the last 40 years, Israeli researchers realized comparative studies in order to define the negative effect of heat stress in dairy cows and the effect of using cooling methods to mitigate the heat and reduce...
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Israel Flamenbaum
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