Confined Animal Feeding Operations: Why, What…Pros & Cons – Wisconsin Public Television’s University Place Series
Zen Miller, Agriculture Dairy/Livestock Agent, Outagamie County, UW-Extension, explores modern farm animal feeding operations and production systems, the evolution of these practices and the technologies available today.
Diagnosing and Monitoring Ketosis in Dairy Herds – DAIReXnet
Managing Pain in Youngstock – Wisconsin Public Televisions’s University Place Series
Sandy Stuttgen, Agriculture Educator at Taylor County UW-Extension, and Sarah Mills-Lloyd, Agriculture Agent at Oconto County UW-Extension, discuss the use of antibiotics on farms, and the dehorning and tail docking of cattle.
Strategies for Nonpregnancy Diagnosis in Dairy Cows – Hoard’s Dairyman
The Role of Nutrition in Reproduction – DAIReXnet
Treatment and Prevention of Subclinical Hypocalcemia – DAIReXnet
Using Drugs Responsibly on Dairy Farms – Hoard’s Dairyman
While most cows remain healthy, some become ill and require antibiotic treatment to return to full health. This webinar focused on allowable drug usage and describe some simple practices that will help ensure all medications are used in a responsible manner.
What the Cows are Telling us About their Transition Needs – Hoard’s Dairyman
You cannot afford compromised transition cow housing. Field research tells us that providing adequate bunk and resting space while limiting social group changes prior to calving are important factors that can minimize fresh cow diseases.