Toe necrosis and non-healing hoof lesions in commercial dairy herds in Argentina

Published on: 03/12/2020
Author/s : S. Minini 1, F. Crowhurst 1, J. de Nicolás 1 & R. Blowey 2. / 1 DeLaval Argentina, Cap. Bermúdez 3895, Olivos, Buenos Aires, Argentina; 2 Wood Veterinary Group, 125 Bristol Road, Gloucester GL2 4NB, UK.

Introduction Bovine lameness is an important condition in commercial dairy and beef operations worldwide. Its economic impacts include decreased reproductive performance and milk yield and increased culling rates, milk losses and labor. One relatively new finding in the field of lameness is the non-healing lesions (NHL) such as toe necrosis (Blowey, 1999; Tozzo, 2000) and wall ulcers (Holzhauer, ...

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March 12, 2020

Please mention natural fruits and chemical (mineral mixer) combinations for development of cattle body & high held of milk.

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