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Hairy Heel Warts: Fads and Fashions (Illini DairyNet) — University ...
THE LATEST FASHION IN DISEASE. Hairy heel warts have been recognized as a significant disease producing lameness on 40 percent of dairy operations in the ...
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Soybean Based Feeds for Dairy Cows (Illini DairyNet) — University ...
Current statistics estimate the United States dairy herd at 9.2 million cows. If soybean meal was used as the sole protein supplement for all of these cows, ...
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Improving Dairy Farm Profitability (Illini DairyNet) — University ...
The dairy industry continues to face challenges and uncertainty. The number of Illinois dairy farms is declining every year. Between May, 1993, and May, ...
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Feed Additives in Dairy Nutrition and Management (Illini DairyNet ...
Feed Additives in Dairy Nutrition and Management. Michael F. Hutjens, Professor of Animal Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana. 05/30/2002 ...
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An Overview of the New Zealand Dairy Industry (Illini DairyNet ...
With 3.3 million cows making money and lower economic returns on sheep, an additional 1 to 2 million cows may be added to the New Zealand dairy industry. ...
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MarketMaker: A Tool for Marketing Dairy Products (Illini DairyNet ...
A new online marketing tool developed by University of Illinois Extension will give the Illinois dairy industry access to a powerful source of marketing ...
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UTILIZING EXPECTED PROGENY DIFFERENCES FOR
File Format: Microsoft Word - View as HTML Expected Progeny Differences (EPDs) offer the most accurate information about beef animals that will be in the breeding herd. ...
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Grazing Endophyte Infected Tall Fescue (Illini PastureNet ...
Do not stockpile spring fescue growth for fall grazing. Stockpiling fall fescue growth for winter grazing is acceptable for the cowherd, but watch closely ...
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Fall pasture management (Illini PastureNet) — University of ...
Fall pasture management. Jim Morrison, Extension Educator, Crop Systems ... If you intend to frost seed or interseed pastures in early spring 2006, ...
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Question Display (Illini SheepNet / Meat GoatNet) — University of ...
Q. Hi, One of my hamp ram lambs started to drag its back legs. I gave it anitbiotics, pennisulin and another one, but that did not help. ...
 
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