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Dairy producers' colostrum practices, marketing, and attitudes toward male dairy calves.
Cheng TY, Renaud DL, Proudfoot KL, Pempek JA, Habing GG. Cheng TY, et al. Among authors: renaud dl. J Dairy Sci. 2024 Jun;107(6):3885-3898. doi: 10.3168/jds.2023-24149. Epub 2024 Jan 11. J Dairy Sci. 2024. PMID: 38216040 Free article.
Optimal early-life care of surplus calves born on dairy farms is critical for health and welfare. This cross-sectional study aimed to describe the marketing practices of male dairy calves, differences in the colostrum management between male and female calves on …
Optimal early-life care of surplus calves born on dairy farms is critical for health and welfare. This cross-sectional study aimed to …
Progesterone profiles in postpartum dairy cows with inflammatory disorders.
Bruinjé TC, Morrison EI, Ribeiro ES, Renaud DL, LeBlanc SJ. Bruinjé TC, et al. Among authors: renaud dl, ribeiro es. J Dairy Sci. 2024 May 14:S0022-0302(24)00789-6. doi: 10.3168/jds.2023-24604. Online ahead of print. J Dairy Sci. 2024. PMID: 38754832 Free article.
The objective of this prospective cohort study was to determine if progesterone (P4) profiles differed between dairy cows with or without inflammatory disorders early postpartum. ...
The objective of this prospective cohort study was to determine if progesterone (P4) profiles differed between dairy cows with or wit …
Host and rumen microbiome contributions to feed efficiency traits in Holstein cows.
Martinez Boggio G, Monteiro HF, Lima FS, Figueiredo CC, Bisinotto RS, Santos JEP, Mion B, Schenkel FS, Ribeiro ES, Weigel KA, Peñagaricano F. Martinez Boggio G, et al. Among authors: ribeiro es, schenkel fs. J Dairy Sci. 2024 May;107(5):3090-3103. doi: 10.3168/jds.2023-23869. Epub 2023 Dec 21. J Dairy Sci. 2024. PMID: 38135048 Free article.
It is now widely accepted that dairy cow performance is influenced by both the host genome and rumen microbiome composition. ...
It is now widely accepted that dairy cow performance is influenced by both the host genome and rumen microbiome composition. ...
Invited review: Prevalence, risk factors, treatment, and barriers to best practice adoption for lameness and injuries in dairy cattle-A narrative review.
Roche SM, Renaud DL, Saraceni J, Kelton DF, DeVries TJ. Roche SM, et al. Among authors: renaud dl. J Dairy Sci. 2024 Jun;107(6):3347-3366. doi: 10.3168/jds.2023-23870. Epub 2023 Dec 14. J Dairy Sci. 2024. PMID: 38101730 Free article. Review.
The objectives of this narrative review were to summarize herd-level prevalence estimates, risk factors, strategies for prevention, control, and treatment of these conditions, and the barriers to best practice adoption for lameness and injuries on dairy farms. There is a r …
The objectives of this narrative review were to summarize herd-level prevalence estimates, risk factors, strategies for prevention, control, …
Condition of surplus dairy calves during marketing: A cross-sectional study.
Maggard HL, Habing GG, Renaud DL, Proudfoot KL, England ZA, Cheng TY, Wilson DJ, Moran M, Pempek JA. Maggard HL, et al. Among authors: renaud dl. J Dairy Sci. 2024 Apr;107(4):2444-2453. doi: 10.3168/jds.2023-23625. Epub 2023 Nov 2. J Dairy Sci. 2024. PMID: 37923207 Free article.
In North America, surplus dairy calves are sold soon after birth and often marketed through a third party (e.g., live auction, livestock dealer) before entering veal or dairy beef production. ...
In North America, surplus dairy calves are sold soon after birth and often marketed through a third party (e.g., live auction, livest …
Use of rumination time in health risk assessment of prepartum dairy cows.
Santos MGS, Antonacci N, Van Dorp C, Mion B, Tulpan D, Ribeiro ES. Santos MGS, et al. Among authors: tulpan d, ribeiro es. J Dairy Sci. 2024 May 31:S0022-0302(24)00848-8. doi: 10.3168/jds.2023-24610. Online ahead of print. J Dairy Sci. 2024. PMID: 38825107 Free article.
Association between ATP luminometry of feeding equipment and environmental and health parameters of preweaned calves on dairy farms.
Van Driessche L, Santschi DE, Paquet É, Renaud DL, Charbonneau É, Gauthier ML, Steele MA, Chancy A, Barbeau-Grégoire N, Buczinski S. Van Driessche L, et al. Among authors: renaud dl, steele ma. J Dairy Sci. 2024 May 31:S0022-0302(24)00857-9. doi: 10.3168/jds.2024-24700. Online ahead of print. J Dairy Sci. 2024. PMID: 38825142 Free article.
The objective of this study was to examine the influence of different environmental factors on ATP luminometry measurements of feeding equipment and to investigate associations with health of preweaned calves and the levels of ATP identified through luminometry. On 50 commercial …
The objective of this study was to examine the influence of different environmental factors on ATP luminometry measurements of feeding equip …
Review: Opportunities and challenges for the genetic selection of dairy calf disease traits.
Lynch C, Leishman EM, Miglior F, Kelton D, Schenkel FS, Baes CF. Lynch C, et al. Among authors: schenkel fs. Animal. 2024 Mar 22:101141. doi: 10.1016/j.animal.2024.101141. Online ahead of print. Animal. 2024. PMID: 38641517 Free article. Review.
Interest in dairy cow health continues to grow as we better understand health's relationship with production potential and animal welfare. ...However, public concern regarding these methods, and growing evidence that these methods may negatively impact calf development, me …
Interest in dairy cow health continues to grow as we better understand health's relationship with production potential and animal wel …
Exploring herd-level perinatal calf mortality risk factors in eastern Canadian dairy farms.
Sedó SGU, Renaud DL, Molano RA, Santschi DE, Caswell JL, Mee JF, Winder CB. Sedó SGU, et al. Among authors: renaud dl. J Dairy Sci. 2024 Jun;107(6):3824-3835. doi: 10.3168/jds.2023-23854. Epub 2024 Jan 9. J Dairy Sci. 2024. PMID: 38211691 Free article.
This closed cohort study aimed to identify the associations between dairy calf management practices and herd-level perinatal calf mortality risk. From February 2020 to June 2021, predominantly Holstein dairy farms in Quebec (n = 1,832) and New Brunswick (n = 52), Ca …
This closed cohort study aimed to identify the associations between dairy calf management practices and herd-level perinatal calf mor …
The development and validation of a milk feeding behavior alert from automated feeder data to classify calves at risk for a diarrhea bout: A diagnostic accuracy study.
Cantor MC, Welk AA, Creutzinger KC, Woodrum Setser MM, Costa JHC, Renaud DL. Cantor MC, et al. Among authors: renaud dl. J Dairy Sci. 2024 May;107(5):3140-3156. doi: 10.3168/jds.2023-23635. Epub 2023 Nov 9. J Dairy Sci. 2024. PMID: 37949402 Free article.
We suggest that changes in milk feeding behavior may indicate diarrhea bouts in dairy calves. Future research should validate this alert in commercial settings; furthermore, software updates, support, and new analytics might be required for on-farm application to implement …
We suggest that changes in milk feeding behavior may indicate diarrhea bouts in dairy calves. Future research should validate this al …
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