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Farm managers should assist dairy animals through transitions within the herd by reducing health risks and promoting longevity and profitability.

Spring milking is a dream within a dream for Eliza Blue, and an orphaned calf named Little Jones, too.

The proper prescription of nutrients is critical for dairy cows to stay healthy and perform. Learn how to maximize your herd's production.

Taking care of the udder and teats during the harshest weather of the year will keep the cows comfortable and healthy, meaning fewer cases of mastitis.

Maurice Eastridge breaks down the decision-making process of breeding dairy cattle in this week's Dairy Excel column. Learn what you need to consider.

Proper colostrum management improves calf health and eventually cow productivity. Learn how to use a colostrometer and a Brix meter to determine quality.

The American Simmental Association and Holstein Association USA have announced the formation of the HOLSim branded program.

The amount and composition of milk produced by dairy cows appear to be more regulated by internal, annual biological rhythms than by environmental factors.

The grand champion Holstein, the first-place aged cow owned by Jill Dice and Galen Martin won supreme champion honors at the 2019 Pennsylvania Farm Show.

Good feed cost control does not necessarily mean having the lowest feed cost. Learn more about optimizing your feed investment.