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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of PDSW0211REV
Serving Dairymen Nationwide | January 20, 2011 | Vol. 25 No. 2
Healthy calves mean healthy profits!
Antimicrobial drug use now a forefront issue
30Which products made it this year?
Two Views of the General Economy
In the news, cont’d from page 5
MANURE HANDLING MADE EASY
MARKET WATCH FEED
IOFC falls for second straight month
ONE MILLION SATISFIED COWS
USDA’s report on November
Butter Rallying again??
What happened in ’09, and what can prevent it in the future?
Setting dairy policy priorities: A choice of failure or success
dairy or agriculture.
A choice of failure or success, cont’d from page 23
Ways to avoid dollars chasing pennies
Ways to avoid dollars chasing pennies, cont’d from page 25
Sooner is better
Who should be held accountable for antibiotic residues in meat?
T e beef industry must
FEBRUARY 8-10, 2011
Biological Water Treatment System
Micro-Screen Two Stage Separator
Yuma Outdoor Rugged Tablet Computer
Easy Rake Silage Facer
T-Hexx Dragonhyde HBC
Full-zip jacket w/ thumbhole sleeve
2011 World Ag Expo seminars, cont’d from page 1
12:15 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Optimizing respiratory health in calf barns
Pros and cons of feeding milk to calves
Verbal communication is not always everything
On the Edge of Common Sense
Advisory tool for management of calves and heifers
The View from Here
5 concepts for raising healthy dairy calves
Younger farmers can learn from old farmers, bad economy
Ask a lawyer: Immigration
Ask a lawyer: Immigration, cont’d from page 41
Three producers prioritize data used to manage their dairies
Three producers prioritize data, cont’d from page 43
veterinarian play the biggest
When OSHA arrives at your door
By law, OSHA is not allowed to give advance notice of their arrival.
A new look at respiratory disease control in heifers
Discover new innovations
A new look at respiratory disease control in heifers, cont’d from page 48
A second look at management and environmental factors
Management and environmental factors that impact growth of neonatal calves, cont’d from page 51
Colostrum: More than just ‘4 quarts equals passive transfer’
T cells, killer T cells) that assist the
Calf research in motion
gains; they were in fact similar between
Managing calf health
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Trusted By Dairymen Throughout The Western States
TOP QUALITY DAIRY CATTLE
Analaine’s Home Cooking
From batteries to starters
Written and illustrated by
PD NEW PRODUCTS
PD INDUSTRY NEWS
Industry news, cont’d from page 69
agreement, Premier Dairy Service
A D V E RTISERS ’ IND E X
On the Edge of Common Sense
“… a tool to help me manage our milk quality.