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Coping with Lower Milk Prices

Any time there is a drop in opening milk prices around the country it creates hefty challenges for the dairy farmer and the need to look closely at the operation. There are many things that are known ...Read full article

Benefits of Incorporating Performance Probiotics in Animal Feeds

Performance Probiotics family of products has been developed using the latest technological advances in microbiology, animal nutrition, immunology and product compounding information. In 1989 FDA adop ...Read full article

Early Fresh Cow Management

Managing fresh cows is a real balance between keeping them metabolically healthy while trying to promote rapid increases in milk production towards peak. Their metabolic system is stretched, the immun ...Read full article

Fire Up the Start of Lactation (Detailed)

Calving is an enormous challenge, at a time when the cow’s annual performance is being set. Problems at this time will impact her productivity for the year, her health and her ability to go back in ...Read full article

Fire Up the Start of Lactation (Summary)

Calving is an enormous challenge, at a time when the cow’s annual performance is being set. Problems at this time will impact her productivity for the year, her health and her ability to go back in ...Read full article

Heat Stress in Dairy Cows

As summer approaches, many dairy nutritionists focus on what changes can be made to the rations of milking herds to cope with heat stress. ProviCo offers a range of nutritional solutions to meet this ...Read full article

How Direct Fed Microbials Work

Performance Direct Fed Microbials consists of 5 bacteria, 1 yeast and 3 enzymes, all of which perform specific roles within the digestive tract of the cow. Some of these act within the rumen, others a ...Read full article

Lameness in Dairy Cattle (Detailed)

Wet seasonal events can cause all sorts of problems, lameness in our herds being one of them. The cost of lameness to dairy producers is significant. Figures from around the globe indicate that one ca ...Read full article

Lameness in Dairy Cattle (Summary)

Wet seasonal events can cause all sorts of problems, lameness in our herds being one of them. Figures from around the globe indicate that one case of lameness costs in the order of $150 – $300, ...Read full article

Managing Winter Pastures

Quantity is one factor that requires a little juggling, and while quality is high, it brings its own dramas, primarily in the forms of nitrate overloads and milk fat depression. To manage these, while ...Read full article

Optimal Reproductive Performance

The reproductive performance of a herd is reliant on a large number of factors, some nutritional but many management related. Optimising this performance is paramount to profitable dairying. The InCal ...Read full article

Rumen Function

Understanding the workings of the rumen, and the complex, symbiotic relationship between cows and the rumen microbes, is key to maximising feed efficiency and therefore maximising productivity on dair ...Read full article

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