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Long-term effects of postpartum clinical disease on milk production, reproduction, and culling of dairy cows
Published on 20/09/2019
Read more about how researchers evaluated 7,500 lactating cows to evaluate the long-term effects of disease during the early postpartum period. Results show disease during the first 21 days in milk (DIM) has long-term effects on lactation performance, reproduction, and culling of dairy cows, which contribute to detrimental consequences of health problems on the sustainability of dairy herds.
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