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There is research going on in the province - looking at how to better manage lameness in cattle. Take a look at this video produced by students to see the latest information being found...


http://www.eHarvest.com/default.aspx?vid=vid_182010153928843

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The First North American Conference on Precision Dairy Management mentioned in the video has a website where you can get more information on the event: www.precisiondairy2010.com
I was a dairy for fifteen years and operated loosehousing for over ten yearsbefore I came here in 1978.
Lameness;
Genetics
Balanced feeding programs that start @ a young age.
Housing which includes flooring and bedding.
well managed and timely hoof timing

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