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Dry cow therapy. Copyright © The University of Edinburgh 2019 CC BY This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. 🤍 Welcome to this series on mastitis in smallholder dairy cows brought to you by the University of Edinburgh. Supporting Evidence-Based Interventions (SEBI) mobilises and applies data and evidence to help the livestock community make better investments that improve livelihoods for smallholders in low and middle-income countries. 🤍
A look at how to administer dry cow therapy as hygienically and efficiently as possible.
The Use of Dry Cow Therapy on Dairy Farms Part ONE: Why is Antibiotic Dry Cow Therapy Used? Learn how dry cow therapy reduces the risk of mastitis for the next lactation cycle.
ToMORROW® (cephapirin benzathine) is a broad-spectrum antibiotic used to help eliminate and prevent mastitis infections during the dry period. Learn how to properly administer dry cow therapy for optimal results at dry-off and beyond. Learn more about ToMORROW and the value of a dry cow therapy program: 🤍 ToMORROW RESIDUE WARNINGS: For use in dry cows only. Not to be used within 30 days of calving. Milk from treated cows must not be used for food during the first 72 hours after calving. Any animal infused with this product must not be slaughtered for food until 42 days after the latest infusion. ToMORROW® is a registered trademark of Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc. ©2020 Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc., Duluth, GA. All Rights Reserved. US-BOV-0518-2021
Following on for speaking with Jim Uprichard from Trouw Nutrition Ireland, Nigel returns to Annegrove farm to discuss the dry cow diet with Brian. Nigel takes Brian through body condition scoring cows in the run up to drying off and housing. Developing a balanced dry cow diet and assessing BCS are both critical to avoiding metabolic disorders post calving and must be managed carefully before drying off. Specialist Nutrition | Moist Feed and Forage Specialists Call 051 833071
Visit my website to learn more: 🤍 Mike Hutjens, Extension Dairy Specialist at the University of Illinois, discusses phase feeding and the impact of gestation and lactation on building feeding programs. #dairyfarm #dairycow #ruminant #phasefeeding
This video discusses the key management factors that are important for a successful transition into the milking herd. Topics covered include feeding space, cow comfort related to cubicle housing and space in straw yards, minimising social stress and care of the cow after calving. Scotland’s Farm Advisory Service (FAS) is part of the Scottish Rural Development Programme (SRDP) which is co-funded by the EU and Scottish Government, providing information and resources aimed at increasing the profitability and sustainability of farms and crofts. Subscribe to our channel! 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍
The Use of Dry Cow Therapy on Dairy Farms Part TWO: The Science Behind Selective Dry Cow Therapy In this episode, Dr. Pamela Ruegg talks about the new concepts in dry cow therapy, including 'selective' dry cow therapy. Learn how selective dry cow therapy programs focus on using antibiotics and internal teat sealants for affected quarters to reduce the risk of mastitis during the next milking cycle.
When used alone or in combination with intramammary antibiotics, Lockout® internal teat sealant creates a physical barrier to help prevent bacteria from entering the teat canal throughout the dry period. Learn how to properly administer LOCKOUT for optimal results at dry-off and beyond. Learn more about the better engineered teat sealant: 🤍 LOCKOUT® is a registered trademark of Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc. ©2020 Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc., Duluth, GA. All Rights Reserved. US-BOV-0191-2020-V2
READ MORE HERE: 🤍 In the first part of our Dairy Know-How series, in association with Dairygold, Jack Kennedy takes you through the steps of drying off for the winter.
This film looks at how to select cows which are suitable using records of history of mastitis and Somatic Cell Count.
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A negative DCAD diet contains proportionately more chloride and sulfur in relation to potassium and sodium, thus lowering the dietary cation-anion difference (DCAD) value of the diet. Consumption of a negative DCAD diet places a dairy cow in a state of compensated metabolic acidosis, which results in a slight reduction in blood pH and a significant reduction in urine pH. Watch this video to learn how these changes in blood and urine pH positively affect calcium metabolism and may lead to better health and performance of your dairy cows. #Phibro #Animate #Hypocalcemia #Milk Fever Learn more at: 🤍
Find out about the different types of protein found in feeds, what happens when a cow eats protein, and how protein affects cow production and performance from DairyNZ senior scientist Dr Jane Kay.
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The Use of Dry Cow Therapy on Dairy Farms Part THREE: Selecting Herds and Cows for Selective Dry Cow Therapy If you are considering the use of dry cow therapy in your herd, it is a good idea to first examine the level of mastitis in your herd. In this episode, Dr. Pamela Ruegg guides you in deciding if blanket dry cow therapy or selective dry cow therapy is best for your herd based on the history of subclinical mastitis in your herd and your ability to monitor clinical mastitis at the cow level. 🤍
On this episode of Let's Talk Dairy which took place on 21st October, James Dunne, Teagasc Dairy Specialist was joined by vet Willie Buckley and Finola McCoy from Animal Health Ireland (AHI) to discuss selective dry cow therapy. Willie Buckley discussed the factors influencing decisions around dry cow therapy and Finola McCoy gave an overview of the help available to farmers to plan for dry-off.
Selective dry cow therapy (SDCT) provides producers with an opportunity to reduce antibiotic use on their operation, but it may not be the right choice for every herd. Find out if SDCT makes sense for your dairy from Linda Tikofsky, DVM, senior associate director of dairy professional services, Boehringer Ingelheim. Learn more about preventing intramammary infections during the dry period: 🤍 ©2020 Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc., Duluth, GA. All Rights Reserved. US-BOV-0152-2020
In this video we will talk about the different types of lipids or fats in feeds, what happens when a cow eats these, and how different fats affect cow production and performance. Find out more at 🤍
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In this video we look at the different types of carbohydrates, what happens when a cow eats carbohydrates, and how carbohydrates impact on cow production and performance. Find out more at 🤍
Teagasc researcher Pablo Silva Bolona talks about his 3 year research. Cows that were below 200 cells and had no clinical mastitis were given either Teat Seal only or Teat Seal and an Antibiotic. Cows with only Teat Seal had an average of 81,000 cells compared to an average of 60,000 cells from the Teat Seal and Antibiotic herd.
In this video we look at the different types of fibre found in feeds, what happens when a cow eats fibre, and how fibre affects cow production and performance. Find out more at 🤍
This webinar on herd health highlights the importance of proactive #herdhealth planning in maximising health and minimising #antimicrobial usage is part of a series of webinars to celebrate Animal Health and Antimicrobial Resistance Awareness Week 2021. It presented a variety of views on herd health from a Nuffield Farming Scholar, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Animal Health Ireland and our Department. In this video, Finola McCoy, Animal Health Ireland, discusses benefits of selective dry cow treatment for dairy farmers. For more information, visit: 🤍
Regulatory Changes to Dry Cow Therapy in 2022
Dry Cow’s TOMORROW is the most effective anti bacterial for thrush and when the condition develops into Inter-bulbular dermatitis. See the application of TOMORROW for its treatment.
Dr. DeVries shares insights into dairy cow behavior and how to better handle feeding and nutritional management practices. Learn more and review his slides at balchem.com/realscience.
Learn how to identify and manage individual cows for a successful dry off. This video guides you on knowing which cows need to be cured and which need to be protected and picking the most appropriate and effective product available.
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Mike Hutjens, Extension Dairy Specialist at the University of Illinois, discusses what we would call the far off dry cow program, not to be confused with the close up dry cow program. For many of us in the audience we would call that the traditional dry cow program.
Geoff Dahl, University of Florida, discusses management approaches and long-term responses to cooling during the dry period. Heat stress dramatically reduces milk yield in lactating cows, and dry cows are affected, too. Cooling dry cows improves newborn calf performance, milk yield, and health in the next lactation.
Anne Guadagnin, a PhD student in the Dairy Focus Lab, explains the inflammation process resulting from uterine infections and its connection with infertility in dairy cows. Nutrition strategies for improved health, production, and fertility during the transition period: 🤍 Increased dietary calcium inclusion in fully acidified prepartum diets improved postpartum uterine health and fertility when fed to Holstein cows : 🤍 Improved uterine immune mediators in Holstein cows supplemented with rumen-protected methionine and discovery of neutrophil extracellular traps (NET): 🤍 Effects of rumen-protected methionine and choline supplementation on vaginal discharge and uterine cytology of Holstein cows: 🤍 Mechanisms of Infertility Associated with Clinical and Subclinical Endometritis in High Producing Dairy Cattle: 🤍
Don Crowley, Teagasc and member of the Animal Health Ireland (AHI) Cell Check technical working group outlines the steps that you need to take to prepare yourself for drying off cows. Don discusses the various factors that you have to take into consideration when you're drying off cows, including in the lead up of drying off, the drying off process itself and once the cow has been dried off.
In this video we moved dry cows, fed the heifers and did some maintenance to the CASE 2290 tractor. Thank you for watching this video!
Dr. Pamela Ruegg joins us to discuss selective dry cow therapy. Learn about implementing and evaluating a program, as well as how to decide whether selective therapy might be a good fit for your operation. Find us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Sign up for our newsletter: 🤍 And be sure to take a look at all of our resources at 🤍