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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of PD1111_EC
Serving Dairymen Nationwide | July 21, 2011 | Vol. 25 No. 11
WHEN COMFORT MATTERS!
Catastrophic failure by next issue?
In the news, cont’d from page 5
Issue 11 • July 21, 2011
MARKET WATCH FEED
SOYBEAN CROP NUMBERS BULLISH
DRAG HOSE INJECTION EQUIPMENT
MIDWEST RUNNING BELOW YEAR-AGO LEVELS
What college doesn’t teach you
Healthy calves mean healthy profits!
Batten down the hatches against ‘freak’ waves
Batten down the hatches, cont’d from page 21
This doesn’t work.
Your biggest opportunity (or threat)
Profi t margin outlook strong through end of 2011
Profi t margin outlook strong through end of 2011, cont’d from page 25
fl oor or minimum price value for a
MORE COWS. MORE YEARS.
Is it a pet peeve, costing you money or costing everyone?
PD PollShould the sale of unpasteurized (raw)
“Agriculture biotechnology is and will continue to be vitally important as American farmers work to feed a growing population around the globe. While large
Quality silage is more valuable than ever
Quality silage is more valuable than ever, cont’d from page 35
ONE MILLION SATISFIED COWS
Forage particle size: What’s ideal?
Forage particle size: What’s ideal?, cont’d from page 41
Evolution of inoculants as a forage management tool
Evolution of inoculants as a forage management tool, cont’d from page 43
Effectively design your milk replacer feeding program
RESIDUES ARE A BLACK EYE
Healthy cows work harder.
Roundtable: Calf housing management and health
Roundtable: Calf housing management and health, cont’d from page 51
of spilled liquids and urine without
Heifers: An investment in your herd’s future
When you skimp on properly raising calves and heifers, you will pay for it down the road.
Electrolytes: Evaluate your options beyond just package labels
Dissociation has profound effects on acid-base balance in the calf as well as having
Deliver immediate immunity to reduce both labor and risk
LEFT: It is very important newborn calves get nutrient-rich colostrum as
Immediate immunity can reduce both labor and risk, cont’d from page 59
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PD INDUSTRY NEWS
Industry news, cont’d from page 75
PD NEW PRODUCTS
On the Edge of Common Sense
“...this one is defi nitely more effective.