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Dairy Grazing: Herd Health

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Title: Dairy Grazing: Herd Health
Author: Poock, Scott
Keywords: disease prevention
risk management
birth to weaning
2-6 months
6-24 months
adult herd
mastitis
milking procedure
biosecurity
Date: 2011-09
Publisher: University of Missouri Office of Extension
Abstract: Maintaining herd health and preventing disease is much more cost-effective than treating conditions. A well-designed herd health program minimizes death loss, introduction of new disease and loss of production efficiency due to disease. The best program for ensuring a high-quality health status for the herd on an individual farm will require the use and adaptation of an appropriate combination of the most current herd health techniques and technologies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/11788
Other Identifiers: M179

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