Source: University of Alberta, by: Bev Betkowski A probiotic developed at the University of Alberta shows promise in improving the health of dairy calves in the essential first weeks of life. Normally, the young animals’ undeveloped immune systems leave them susceptible...
Source: Zoetis news release Anaplasmosis is a disease of cattle that tends to occur most commonly in mature cows and bulls during the summer and early fall. We've always thought of it as a disease that mostly affects cattle in...
Visit the Halchemix website for more information: https://www.halchemix.ca/dairy Functional amino acids supplemented to dairy cows regulate key metabolic pathways to improve health, growth, development, and reproduction, in addition to lactation. More specifically, functional aspects of methionine include, among others, cell...
Elanco reports: Elanco Animal Health Incorporated (ELAN: NYSE) and Royal DSM have created a strategic alliance connecting two leading, sustainability-focused companies to address one of society's most significant opportunities of the decade, mitigating climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions...
Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry “Discarded batteries that have gone through several freeze-thaw cycles and no longer have intact cases are the most dangerous,” says Dr. Joe Kendall, veterinary toxicologist with Alberta Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development. “The lead...
Source: Boehringer Ingelheim Ensuring the health of your replacement animals is key to the long-term health and productivity of your herd. Now's the time to lay the groundwork: It starts with building strong immunity to help protect young calves from...
Source: Oklahoma State University By Dan N. Waldner, John Kirkpatrick, Terry W. Lehenbauer Feeding practices, management styles, health care programs, and facilities vary greatly among dairy operations.  Because of this, the degrees of stress, the patterns of disease resistance, and pathogen...
Source: Alltech news release The results from Alltech's 2021 U.S. Harvest Analysis revealed that the mycotoxin risk was notably higher for forage harvested in 2021 compared to the previous year. As dairy producers are now opening their forage bunks and taking...
Source: University of Minnesota Quick facts Heat stress occurs when cows have more heat than they can get rid of and leads to more stress, lower milk production and a higher rate of diseases. Temperature and humidity levels determine when...
Source: Mileutis Ltd. Mileutis, an Israeli-based biopharmaceutical company revolutionizing how farmers and veterinarians treat a range of diseases, today announced that a recent paper published in the Journal of Dairy Science on its Mileutis Imilac™ therapy provides results that support the use of...
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