Complete dry cow care; determine Salmonella risk; prevent BRD; record-keeping.   View in web browser
Comprehensive dry cow care = Dry tube + sealant + vaccine

Is a “good enough” dry cow program really enough?

You do all you can to improve the wellness of your herd and the profitability of your dairy operation. But are you doing right by your dry cows? Milk quality and greater returns begin on the last day of lactation. And a really good dry cow program includes three steps:

  • Cure
  • Seal
  • Boost

Hear from producers who are taking these three steps to increase production, profitability and milk quality on their dairy operations.
Comprehensive dry cow approach
Salmonella reduction

Develop your own Salmonella reduction plan

Determine your herd’s risk factors for a Salmonella outbreak and develop your personal Salmonella reduction plan with a new, quick, easy-to-use online tool. The Salmonella risk assessment reviews on-farm practices and helps to identify gaps where the disease could come onto your dairy. Each dairy that completes the short, online assessment also will receive a customized Salmonella reduction plan, which can be used with the herd veterinarian to further strengthen control efforts.

Video: Controlling Salmonella Salmonella online resources
Salmonella vaccine
Help prevent calfhood pneumonia

Calf wellness starts with prevention

The future of your dairy operation rests in the wellness of your replacement heifers. A key element of calf and heifer management is protecting against bovine respiratory disease (BRD). Boost your pneumonia prevention efforts with INFORCE™ 3 respiratory vaccine. It’s the first and only respiratory vaccine to prevent bovine respiratory syncytial virus (BRSV). Build your calves’ immunity for a lifetime of better performance. INFORCE™ 3 respiratory vaccine
Start with prevention
Milk Quality Focus video

Milk Quality Focus: One for the
record books

Record-keeping is as important to milk quality as the treatments you give your cows. Dave Temple, general manager of North Florida Holsteins, explains the importance of treating each cow as an individual from day one and keeping accurate records in all aspects of the animal’s care and productivity. Learn more about how Temple uses records to track trends and adjust expectations for his herd, as well as to ensure safe, quality milk.

Video: Improve milk quality with accurate records Article: Keep records to avoid residues

Is a “good enough” dry cow program really enough?
Know your risks for a Salmonella outbreak
Calf wellness starts with prevention
Milk Quality Focus: One for the record books


Salmonella risk assessment
INFORCE™ 3: Start with prevention
Video: Improve milk quality with accurate records



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