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Source: DairyTrace Dairy producers work everyday to ensure the health and welfare of their animals. But what happens when a disease outbreak, provincial emergency, or a natural disaster occurs that is beyond the control of a single producer? This is the...
Source: Canadian Dairy Commission Effective February 1, 2021, the 4(m) milk class is updated to allow dairy processors to obtain the 4(m) permit price for the buttermilk incorporated in the manufacture of skim milk powder sold for animal feed and...
Source: Michigan State University Extension, Jerad Jabore Proper management of young calves is essential for their success throughout life. It is critical to ensure that each calf receives an adequate amount of high-quality colostrum for the transfer of immunoglobulins from...
Source: BouMatic Staffing for the Life of Your Dairy  A Son Reflects on His Father’s Labor-Torn Dairying Years; Is Inspired to Change the Way Dairies are Staffed Today Using Automated Animal Management Systems  After milking cows for more than three decades, Tony Spaeth’s...
Source: Nedap Waikato Milking Systems, a leading developer and manufacturer of dairy technology, and Nedap, a global leader in dairy herd management  technology, have formed a new partnership and today launch two new products. Waikato Milking Systems is releasing its new...
Source: Ohio State University Extension, Jason Hartschuh, Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Crawford County With harvest well under way to feed the cows for 2023, it is important to make sure we are assessing what the 2023 milk price...
GEA adds proven AI solution to portfolio with CattleEye acquisition Dairy farmers can improve cow health and production through the early detection of lameness. GEA Farm Technologies acquires Northern Ireland-based agricultural software company CattleEye Ltd., adding a pioneering artificial intelligence system to its existing...
Source: OMAFRA Concepts Choices in stabling and management affect the behaviour, health, longevity and performance of cows and profit of a dairy farm. Fear or frustration with her workplace predisposes a cow to unwanted or abnormal behaviour and risk of disease....
Source: PennState Extension Managing the dry cow group is often not a top priority on a busy dairy farm, however it is very important for the future of any farm. While dry cows are resting, the dry cow program should...
Source: The Mastitis Network Prior to administering an injection, make sure of the following: Consult a veterinarian about the proper use of medication. When indicated in label directions, administer medication subcutaneously. Restrain the animal properly. Avoid injecting in the rump or...