How to Appropriately Manage a Cattle Farm
Dairy Cow Management
Maintaining an effective animal health program is an essential part of a successful dairy herd. Good feeding and breeding may not pay off if cattle are not kept in good health to get maximum production. Studies show that two out of three cows are culled from dairy herds for reasons other than low production.
Losses in a 40 cow herd can amount to hundreds or even thousands of dollars each year. Economic losses occur because of lost milk production, poor animal gains, animal disease or injury, lost genetic capability, treatment cost, and extra labor.
- How to Appropriately Manage a Cattle Farm
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