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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of PD0311_CANADA
Serving Canadian Dairymen | May 1, 2011 | Vol. 1 No. 3
Call to find a dealer in your area!
Some time in the West
News, cont’d from page 3
How to bring your dairy back to life
How to bring your dairy back to life, cont’d from page 5
Using fi nancial ratios to manage your dairy business
Put ingenuity and opportunity to work in 2011
Individual cow care to lower lameness in your herd
Foot rot in dairy cows
Foot rot in dairy cows, cont’d from page 15
to help the healing process. For foot
Feed effi ciency from a quota system perspective
Translating effi ciency to dollar
Nutritional prevention of fatty liver and ketosis
Beat the heat
Nutritional prevention of fatty liver and ketosis, cont’d from page 20
cows were used as the model. More
Rumen fermentation of starch: Where the money is
Off-season feed storage evaluation uncovers areas to improve
Baling forage crops for silage
fi eld and storage losses are achieved
Baling forage crops for
Making hay while the sun shines: Quality, stage of maturity
Making hay while the sun
Minimize emergency calls from freestall-housed cows:
Leptospirosis: Understand, protect and prevent
Leptospirosis: Understand, protect and prevent, cont’d from page 35
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