Jeff Weisel
Consultant
work from plow to plate covering all area of dairies and able to identify where and how we are making disease/mastitis and able to greatly reduce disease while increasing preg rates
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Participation in Forum on January 7, 2021
Just like mastitis, Lameness can also be prevented. our industry has done an excellent job teaching dairymen how to make problems so they can treat the problems GOD BLESS
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Participation in Forum on January 7, 2021
i agree, once you share the knowledge to farmers on how they are making mastitis, it is easy to prevent the mastitis and have a much healthier productive cow!!! GOD BLESS
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Participation in Forum on September 18, 2020
why are we always looking for treatments when we we can prevent it?
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Participation in Forum on September 28, 2010
Helen, I am not sure if you want somthing to treat high SCC or to simply lower SCC by prevention. We can prevent what is often treated and we can lower SCC as low as you want to go. We have large dairies milking 80 to 87 pounds a day as low as 50,000 scc going 2 to 3 months at a time with out pulling and mastitis cows.
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Participation in Forum on February 25, 2010
a pressure difference at the teat end combined with milk stasis and a poor immune system that releases toxic steroids will result in poor maintanance of the corpus luteum due to the lack of progestrone and prostaglanda resulting in low preg rates pre embryonic failure, mastitis, heel warts, hyperkeratosis, excessive NEFA mobilizATION AND THE LIST GOES ON. SO YES, HIGHER MILK YIELDS WILL RESULT IN ...
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Participation in Forum on February 9, 2010
we see BST work the best where we have excellent feed and ample sunlight.When we supress the immune system we do see steroid release that has a negative effet on the CL for reproduction. it is extremly important to keep the cows immune system at her peak to keep IMIs low. as long as we are harvesting milk correctly, we can eliminate oxytocin and we can minimize mastitis from post fresh and high pr ...
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Participation in Forum on February 8, 2010
Boo Ali i would suggest that you look at feed effeciency, rate of passage, are you harvesting milk correctly and what is the cow telling you. I see a lot of different nutritionist feeding a lot of different rations all for the same rumen. Most nutritioniost need to feed what the agronomist prescribed 9 months earlier and their hands are tied from doing a real good job. When we harvest milk incorr ...
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Participation in Forum on July 4, 2009
I would suggest to go to John Buntings dairy blog to get the facts on what the goverment is doing and the corruption that is ruining our food industry in the usa. We need to price milk based on quality so we can start to fix our health care system
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Participation in Forum on July 4, 2009
good article covering many of the problems man creates. now all we need to do is figure a way to hold management resoposible to eliminate mastitis as it is 100[percent] man made.
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Participation in Forum on May 20, 2009
The article about Sand Bedding Dairy farmer has Benefits and Costs covers a lot, but where we are pulling sand out of the freestalls and going in with green manure we are seeing a lot of positive results reducing SCC, clinicals and increasing the immune system. If you are seeing E-coli, streps, etc., you better be sampling your teat dip and fine tuning your milking system.
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Location:North Lawrence, Ohio, United States
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Professional Title: Consultant