Cow Longevity Conference Proceedings Index
Cow Longevity Conference 2013 - A scientific conference on cow comfort and best practices to increase lifetime productivity
- The importance of improving cow longevity
by J. Rushen and A. M. de Passillé, Dairy Education and Research Centre, University of British Columbia
- Cow longevity economics: The cost benefit of keeping the cow in the herd
by Albert De Vries, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Florida
- The working day of a dairy cow
by Lene Munksgaard, Department of Animal Science, Aarhus University
- Walking and standing surfaces for longevity
by Christer Bergsten,Professor in Technological Systems for Animal Production Dept of Biosystems och Technology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
- Lying area design and barn climate getting it right
by Frank J.C.M. van Eerdenburg, Dept Farm Animal Health, Fac Veterinary Medicine, University of Utrecht
- Maximized feed intake – access and consumption
by Trevor J. DeVries, Department of Animal and Poultry Science, University of Guelph, Kemptville Campus
- The beneficial effects of cooling cows
by Dr. Israel Flamenbaum, Ph. D, Cow Cooling Solutions Ltd., Israel
- Lameness – Prevention, detection, and treatment
by Steven L. Berry, Dairy Management & Health Specialist, Department of Animal Science, University of California, Davis
- Proactive mastitis management
by Eric Hillerton, DairyNZ, New Zealand
- Getting the cow pregnant
by Geert Opsomer, Miel Hostens, Kristof Hermans and Bonny Van Ranst, Department of Reproduction, Obstetrics and Herd Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University, Belgium
- The transition cow needs space and comfort
by Kenneth V. Nordlund, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin
- The role of calf nutrition and management on lifetime productivity of dairy cattle
by M. E. Van Amburgh and F. Soberon, Department of Animal Science Cornell University
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