Clinical Associate Professor in Food Animal Production Medicine
School of Veterinary Medicine
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dr. Cook manages the Cow Comfort and Well-being Program with interests in a variety of subject areas related to the impact of the environment in which we keep our dairy cows on their health and behavior. Current projects include the effect of stall design on lame cow behavior, the effect of heat stress on stall use and lameness, interrelationships between hoof lesions, air quality in livestock buildings, the effect of pen moves on transition cow health and the development of a variety of transition cow health monitors.
Read more about Dr. Cook at the University of Wisconsin web site