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How to Prevent and Control Digital Dermatitis or Hairy Heel Warts in Dairy and Beef Cattle

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To learn how to accurately identify and record digital dermatitis lesions by stage in your dairy cattle herd, download the DD Check app available from Zinpro.

Source Matters: Manganese Supplementation Impacts Dairy Cow Performance

Manganese is critical for overall dairy cow health, but the NRC recommendations for supplementation are not enough to optimize production. Learn how manganese from performance trace minerals can reduce milk fever and improve dairy cow performance.

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Mastitis and High Somatic Cell Count Drain Glucose in Dairy Cows

Mastitis and elevated somatic cell count will utilize high amounts of glucose that could have otherwise been used to improve milk production and reproduction as well as reduce lameness. Learn more.

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Pinkeye in Cattle Can Reduce Beef Calf Weaning Weight

Pinkeye is a painful condition for beef cattle and can lead to steep reductions in weaning weight. Learn how vaccines, treatments and trace minerals play a role in preventing this bacterial infection of the eye.

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