Lameness on Dairy Cattle Technical Articles

Article published the May 24, 2017:
Introduction The incidence of lameness is so high in many dairy herds that treatment of all lame cows is not feasible (Horseman et al., 2013). Because soft barn flooring may alleviate the problem of claw horn ...
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Karl Nuss
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Article published the April 6, 2017:
  Background Over the past decade, there has been a huge increase in the use of remote monitoring devices such as global positioning (GPS) trackers, location sensors, proximity loggers and accelerometers...
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Nick J. Bell
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Article published the October 28, 2016:
Introduction Lameness is one of the most important welfare issues of high-producing dairy cows in North America [1]. The latter has been attributed to management and environmental factors [2] as well as physi...
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Johan OsorioJuan Loor
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Article published the May 17, 2016:
  Introduction Footpad dermatitis (FPD) is a type of skin inflammation that causes necrotic lesions on the plantar surface of footpads in broilers and turkeys (Shepherd and Fairchild, 2010). Chicken feet...
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Guillermo Tellez
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Article published the December 1, 2015:
Several unsuccessful attempts to solve problems with digital dermatitis in the cowherd of Henning Bergmann’s organic milk production in the Danish town of Hoejer appear to be history with “Agron for...
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Article published the April 20, 2011:
IntroductionAn area of nutrition that is commonly overlooked in foot health managment is the role trace minerals play in improving claw health, structural integrity and reducing incidence of lameness....
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Terry Ward
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Article published the April 29, 2009:
Foot health or lameness has moved up to the second most expensive disorder that dairy cattle experience (mastitis is first). English workers reported 60 cases of lameness per 100 cows annually. Wisconsin resear...
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Article published the December 24, 2008:
Foot rot is a subacute or acute necrotic (decaying) infectious disease of cattle, causing swelling and lameness in one or more feet. The disease can become chronic, with a poorer prognosis for recovery if treat...
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Article published the November 20, 2007:
Ensuring your dairy herd has healthy feet not only helps you sidestep unwelcome costs, it can put more milk in your bulk tank and more dollars in your pocket. One recent study suggests that a single cow coming ...
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Article published the October 2, 2007:
Our thanks to the author and Conference Organisers, a Committee consisting of both University and Industry colleagues. The full paper will appear in the Conference Proceedings ('Recent Advances in Animal Nut...
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