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Veterinarian outlining the causes and symptoms of milk fever in dairy cattle, and demonstrating treatment using Bayer metabolic solutions. Filmed on farm in New Zealand.

Dairy Cattle Introduction.

Presentation on theme: "Dairy Cattle Introduction."— Presentation transcript: 2 Unit Map: Follow Along in your packet 3 Know Understand Do! Know Variation in cattle purposes Do 4 Key Learning: Dairy Cattle Industry 5 Dirty Jobs Dairy Cow Midwife: Intro Video 6 Let’s Review Mike’s Activities 11 Holstein Dominate the industry Officially known as Holstein-Fresians 13 Jersey 2nd in popularity 15 Brown Swiss 3rd most popular Originated Switzerland 17 Ayrshire Red and white Imported early 1800s 19 Guernsey Developed Island of Guernsey (coast of France) 21 Milking Shorthorn 26 Dairy Judging for Production 27 Activity: 1 Find Answer, all Write Round Robin Students will be given a packet on how to judge dairy cattle. They will answer the questions and then judge the pictures they are given. 28 Summary What is Dairy judging and why it important? What is the MOST important area/category that is “graded” with points when dairy Judging? Give an example of a POSITIVE trait in this category to support your answer 34 Summarize and Share 35 Dairy Cattle Industry Most difficult to manage 40 Dairy Cattle Industry: Important Trend 41 Dairy Cattle Industry 2008- 70,000 operational dairy farms Continue reading >>

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Prof Stephen LeBlanc from Canada on Ketosis in dairy cows.

Latent Class Evaluation Of A Milk Test, A Urine Test, And The Fat-to-protein Percentage Ratio In Milk To Diagnose Ketosis In Dairy Cows

Abstract In this study, 3 commonly used tests to diagnose ketosis were evaluated with a latent class model to avoid the assumption of an available perfect test. The 3 tests were the KetoLac BHB (Sanwa Kagaku Kenkyusho Co. Ltd., Nagoya, Japan) test strip that tests milk for β-hydroxybutyrate, the KetoStix (Bayer Diagnostics Europe Ltd., Dublin, Ireland) test strip that tests urine for acetoacetate, and the fat-to-protein percentage ratio (FPR) in milk. A total of 8,902 cows were included in the analysis. The cows were considered to be a random sample from the population of Danish dairy cattle under intensive management, thus representing a natural spectrum of ketosis as a disease. All cows had a recorded FPR between 7 and 21 d postpartum. The KetoLac BHB recordings were available from 2,257 cows and 6,645 cows had a KetoStix recording. The recordings were analyzed with a modified Hui-Walter model, in a Bayesian framework. The specificity of the KetoLac BHB test and the KetoStix test were both high [0.99 (0.97–0.99)], whereas the specificity of FPR was somewhat lower [0.79 (0.77–0.81)]. The best sensitivity was for the KetoStix test [0.78 (0.55–0.98)], followed by the FPR [0.6 Continue reading >>

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Physical Exams Of Cattle

Agricultural Sciences Waterford, WI Physical Exams A physical exam is a routine medical procedure in which the physical symptoms of a patient are measured in order to determine if those symptoms fall within the normal range of that animal. Physical exams should always follow a consistent routine – in most cases, every examination should follow the same order of steps. Even if you find a suspicious symptom, you should not stop the examination – there may be more symptoms to discover! Source: itsthelittlethings.info Steps of a Physical Exam The first step of an animal physical exam is to speak with the owner in order to get a history of the patient. The following 8 questions should always be asked: What is the problem? Why did you call? What symptoms have you observed? When did this problem start? Has this affected her feed consumption? ? Questions (cont.) Has this affected her milk production or rate of gain? How long ago did she calve? How old is she? Do any other animals have similar symptoms? Follow-up questions should also be asked to get all needed details. ? Steps of a Physical Exam After you’ve taken the patient history, you should begin to examine the an Continue reading >>

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