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What’s Bugging the Calves

Managing the Young Calf - Keep It Simple! Sheila M. McGuirk, DVM, PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine Introduction In calf rearing, the difference between health and disease is very often just a slight tip of a delicate balance that weighs calf and environmental ...

The 5 C's of a Healthy Start

Calf hutches that are well bedded and properly sited provide the ideal housing for calves. They are easy to clean and can be moved after each calf.

Feeding and Managing Baby Calves from Birth to 3 Months of Age

Feeding and Managing Baby Calves from Birth to 3 Months of Age Donna M. Amaral-Phillips, Patty B. Scharko, John T. Johns, and Sharon Franklin As the future productive units of a dairy herd, heifers represent a substantial financial investment in feed and labor.

Welfare of calves in the beef industry 1 18 12 update

An HSUS Report: The Welfare of Calves in the Beef Industry 1 An HSUS Report: The Welfare of Calves in the Beef Industry Abstract Calves raised for beef often begin life unconfined, on rangeland where they are free to express their natural

Calf Note #62 - Total protein and FPT

Calf Note #62 - Calf Age, Total Protein and FPT in Calves Calf Note #62 - Total protein and FPT

Weaning Calves Successfully

Animal Health Fact Sheet W EANING C ALVES S UCCESSFULLY Clell V. Bagley , DVM, Extension Veterinarian Utah State University, Logan UT 84322-5600 July 1997 AH/Beef/30 The production loss and death loss of calves at weaning is second only to the losses at calving.

RAISING CALVES ON ORGANIC DAIRY FARMS

1 ANIMAL WELFARE ON ORGANIC FARMS FACT SHEET SERIES RAISING CALVES ON ORGANIC DAIRY FARMS Produced in consultation with the ECOA Animal Welfare Task Force, July 2009 B ACKGROUND On many organic farms there is little difference in approach between the methods used to rear dairy calves and those ...

Review of Recent Research Investigating Effects of Calf ...

These studies do not imply that milk replacers used in the US are not adequate for feeding dairy calves or that changing to whole milk from milk replacer will by itself impact age at puberty, calving, or lactation.

Cryptosporidiosis in Calves

Cryptosporidiosis in Calves By Rebecca Hodges Introduction Cryptosporidium parvum , commonly referred to as Crypto, is a protozoan (a one-celled organism) that causes diarrhea in calves (as well as other mammals).

Ruminant Nutrition: Dairy: Calves

J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 88, E-Suppl. 2/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 93, E-Suppl. 1/Poult. Sci. Vol. 89, E-Suppl. 1 299 390 Effect of feeding polyphenols from pomegranate extract