Dairy Cattle Technical Articles

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Article published the June 7, 2018:

Dairy: Consistency in feed and nutrition programs

On any given day, the typical dairyman loses count of the challenges he deals with. From labor to mechanical issues, to sick or downed cows and paying the feed bill, the list goes on, seemingly forever. One fr...
Author/s :
Dr. Steve Blezinger
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Article published the May 23, 2018:

Effect of systemic versus intramammary antibiotic therapy during dry period to control mastitis in Nili Ravi buffaloes

Introduction Mastitis is a worldwide problem of dairy production characterized by physical and chemical changes in milk. The microbiological and pathological changes in the glandular tissue of the udder alter ...
Author/s :
Syed Hassan Raza
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Article published the April 26, 2018:

When should the cluster be detached for cows?

Benefits of early detachment Faster milking. Early detachment reduces machine-on time. This may or may not result in milking more cows per hour depending on parlour size and milking routine. AMS benefit the mo...
Author/s :
Ralph GinsbergRupert Bruckmaier
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Article published the April 19, 2018:

Efficiency of a walk-through fly trap for Haematobia irritans control in milking cows in Uruguay

Author/s :
Cecilia MiraballesEleonor CastroFranklin Riet
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Article published the April 5, 2018:

Performance of Buffalo and Cow Calves During Pre-Weaning Period Under Same Managemental Conditions at the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad

Introduction  The buffalo and cow calves born at the government livestock farms are usually given milk at the rate of 10% of their body for 8 weeks, and then tapering it off to zero at the end of 12th wee...
Author/s :
S. Bhatti
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Article published the March 26, 2018:

Chemical composition and microbial quality of cow milk in urban and peri urban area of Dangila town, Western Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Introduction Milk is a liquid consisting of 86-87% water and this means that it is a bulky and heavy commodity. Milk is also produced on a daily basis. As a result, milk requires high cost transportation and t...
Author/s :
Bekele Aysheshim
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Article published the March 22, 2018:

TNFa Altered Inflammatory Responses, Impaired Health and Productivity, but Did Not Affect Glucose or Lipid Metabolism in Early-Lactation Dairy Cows

Introduction The periparturient period in dairy cows is characterized by substantial metabolic stress, endocrine changes, depressed feed intake, and negative energy balance [1]. In response to these changes, d...
Author/s :
Barry BradfordLorraine M. Sordillo
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Article published the March 15, 2018:

Lameness in dairy heifers; impacts of hoof lesions present around first calving on future lameness, milk yield and culling risk

1. Introduction Lameness is one of the most significant diseases currently impacting on dairy cow health, welfare and productivity (Huxley, 2013). Since a first occurrence of lameness increases the future risk...
Author/s :
Jon HuxleyLaura Green
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Article published the March 15, 2018:

Changes in serum IgG and total protein concentrations in calves fed differing amounts of colostrum replacer

Introduction Acquisition of passive immunity is essential to calf health and growth. Provision of IgG using colostrum replacer (CR) products is increasingly common in the industry, but few data are available t...
Author/s :
Jim Quigley
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Article published the March 8, 2018:

Efficiency of a walk-through fly trap for Haematobia irritans control in milking cows in Uruguay

     
Author/s :
André Díaz PinoCecilia MiraballesEleonor CastroFranklin Riet Correa Amaral
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