Hoard's Dairyman Dairy Animal Health E-Source
These articles are part of a series being prepared in cooperation with the American Association of Bovine Practitioners.
July 2011: Just what is good antibiotic use?
Jan 25, 2011: Why treatment protocols are so important
Oct 25, 2010: Protect your commitment to producers
Oct 10, 2010: Drug use choices can be complex
Aug 25, 2010: Delving into antimicrobial resistance
Apr 10, 2010: You market meat, too
Mar 25, 2010: Pharmacology and cows
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Handling benefits more than your herd
Take a stand for cows that can’t
Reducing fear improves milk production
Model what Mom would do
A Bud Box could speed your sorting
Make parlor trips peaceful
What is low-stress handling?
We must communicate to cattle's senses
Hypocalcemia is more than a “low calcium” problem
Is it coming head or feet first?
5 keys to preventing poor transition cows
It all starts at calving time
Metritis costs us a bundle
Is there a best way to monitor ketosis?
New tools help us spot ketosis
There is no average calving
Take a holistic look at hoof health
Footbaths of the future
Dairy claw lesion ID gets streamlined
We can feed and manage to avoid lameness
Look for these hoof-trimming problems
Put a stop, proactively, to lameness
Prevention and Treatment
Limit pen moves, reduce transition stress
Vet Column: Vaccination lapse could lead to strange symptoms
Manage cows by risk
Heat hits cows sooner than we thought
You can prevent bloat in calves
Many sick cows need fluid therapy
Keep on top of salmonellosis
Help your cows beat the heat
Don’t forget to consider BVD
Tackling Johne’s around the world
Healthy cows for a healthy industry
It’s not just about Johne’s
Don’t buy your Johne’s
What is the best Johne's test?
What you can do?
HD Notebook: Stainless Steel troughs and chlorine bleach fight Johne’s