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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of MW14
E.T. use inches toward
Questions remain for national animal welfare
Dilts-Wetzel Mfg Co.
SAVE MONEY AND TIME
Class III Futures $/cwt
“Dairy producers should stay
We would like to introduce our new 15 Gallon
In the news, cont’d from page 10
Broadcast your pride
World markets unsettled heading into autumn
SUPERIOR PROTECTION. UNMATCHED ENDURANCE.
Help where you fi nd it; don’t move it to the table
Our industry has experienced a major train wreck. The bodies
Don’t move it to the table, cont’d from page 19
Carbon footprint study tells dairy stewardship’s story
management practices, regardless of
Supercharge your calves
How replaceable are you?
Five key factors to create a culture of excellence
Create a culture of excellence at your dairy, cont’d from page 27
dairy starts at the top. Also, identify
WHY A COW
Do you plan ahead for success?
Do you plan ahead for success?, cont’d from page 31
Common questions from new risk
Tail docking: Why some love it and many more do not
GO FOR THE GOLD!
National animal care program marks fi rst anniversary
“T e reason we are fi rst in actively
Bottle your own milk or make
Economists to report on analysis of reform plans
New logo for NMPF plan unveiled
See World Dairy Expo live
See World Dairy Expo live from your home or offi ce, cont’d from page 43
Grilled cheese by the numbers
STOP MESSING ABOUT WITH
Canada, here we come!
Pipe in natural sunlight
How to determine if a technology is right for your dairy
How to determine if a technology is right for your dairy, cont’d from page 53
Herdsmen and vets benefi t from E.T. training
Herdsmen and vets benefi t from E.T. training, cont’d from page 55
Test-tube calf embryos more likely to survive summer heat
Nutrigenomics: Discovering dietary nutrients
supplement with a proprietary blend
Surface and core temperature measurements
Surface and core temperature of your forage, cont’d from page 62
30 years of Experience in Remodels and Custom Parlors.
How nutrients consumed impacts
What happened to my milk fat levels?
What happened to my milk fat levels?, cont’d from page 68
Best management practices for auto calf feeders
Best management practices for auto calf feeders, cont’d from page 71
Maintain corn silage quality from harvest
Maintain corn silage quality from harvest to feedout, cont’d from page 73
Propel is a registered trademark of Land O’Lakes Purina Feed LLC
3 open minutes with Gatz Riddell on antimicrobial resistance, cont’d from page 77
‘We’re not aggressive in our fresh pen, but we don’t have to be,’ cont’d from page 79
IIn y ur on your own words...
Proactive diagnostics: Real-time, money-saving results
types of tests, but the results are more
Time to change the infl ations ... again
CIP Photo Challenge: Cracked and discolored plastic parts,
GOOD LUCK FINDING
Strategies for dealing with
Somatic cell count requirements, cont’d from page 88
a sanitizing solution. Pre-dipping
Management – The key for fertility success
care should be provided to cows of
When metritis is at its worst, EXCENEL®
ONE MILLION SATISFIED COWS
Just dropping by ...
Now you can break free from everything that’s keeping you from optimizing essential amino
Parts that are often neglected
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Purebred Full French
Snicker Bar Dessert
Tales of a Hay Hauler
Written by Ryan Curtis
A “Real” hay hauler, cont’d from page 106
Industry news, cont’d from page 109
for proposals to conduct feasibility
A D V E RTISERS ’ IND E X
On the Edge of Common Sense
“…hit their peaks quicker and have fewer problems with mastitis.”