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Claw disorders in dairy cattle: Effects on production, welfare and farm economics with possible prevention methods

By Marie Alvergnas, Tomasz Strabel, Katarzyna Rzewuska, Ewa Sell-Kubiak

Laminitis-related and infectious claw disorders often cause a decrease in milk yield. Claw disorders are also responsible for reproduction problems and can reduce feed intake. This study examines the most efficient measures to prevent those losses — and improve animal welfare. Read
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