Endometritis: diagnosis, prevalence and solutions
Here we describe how endometritis is detected, its likely prevalence in the national herd, and its effect on reproductive performance.
Protect your paddocks, and the environment
Taking cows out of the paddock can protect against treading damage and potentially increase feed grown on wet, heavy soils.
Pasture species mixtures to reduce nitrogen leaching
The Forages for Reduced Nitrate Leaching (FRNL) Programme is a six-year study investigating how any of a wide variety of forages can be used within modern grazing systems to both improve animal production and reduce nitrate leaching.
Nutrition for the transition cow’s immune system
By far, most diseases in dairy cows are seen around calving time, also known as the transition period. At calving, cows transition from dry and then into lactation. During this period 30 to 50% of dairy cattle can be affected by of some form of infectious and/or metabolic disease1.
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