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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of CA_0211
Serving Canadian Dairymen | March 1, 2011 | Vol. 1 No. 2
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Put the cows fi rst
News, cont’d from page 3
Alice Jongerden is launching a
Keys to a powerful family or non-family partnership
diff erent journeys, it is unlikely they
Keys to a powerful family or non-family partnership,
Finding the right accounting
Happy, healthy cows are more productive
are not a substitute for bedding. T ey
What really happens when we reuse separated dairy solids?
Interactions with your most important employees: The cows
appears to be “maybe.” Breuer et.
Timely innovations in livestock genetic testing
DNA sampling, producers are open
Changing of the guard
Should you get your females genomic tested?
Should you get your females genomic tested?, cont’d from page 21
individual animal changing by at least
Decrease weaned heifer pneumonia
for treatment is 103ºF. If they are at
A second look at management and environmental factors
Colostrum: More than just ‘4 quarts equals passive transfer’
2 quarts = 1.893 litres or 1,893 mL
Colostrum: More than just 4 quarts, cont’d from page 29
How to determine cost of hay production
Evaluating hay and pasture stands for winter injury
Evaluating hay and pasture stands for winter injury, cont’d from page 33
Western Canadian Dairy Seminar
Western Canadian Dairy Seminar readies to face the challenges, cont’d from page 35
High performance cows
Just dropping by ...
Frozen lemon dessert
Written Ryan Curtis
Plan ahead to stay ahead this year
Advanced Comfort Technology, Inc.
On the Edge of Common Sense
“We are fi rm believers in Udder Comfort.”