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By Peter Cockcroft

ISBN-10: 1118948521

ISBN-13: 9781118948521

"Bovine drugs, third variation, deals working towards huge animal veterinarians and veterinary scholars the main finished connection with the center elements of up to date farm animals well-being and husbandry to be had today"--Provided by means of publisher.

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Com and Dutch Veterinary Journal (Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde) (2008), 133(1): 4–8. C. and Vieira, A. (2008). Applying HACCP-based quality risk management on dairy farms. Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, the Netherlands, 311 pp. , Menzi, H. P. (2010). Intensive livestock production and environmental effects: a review. In: Wittwer, F. et al. (eds). Updates on Ruminant Production and Medicine, ISPAH symposium proceedings XXVI World Buiatrics Congress, November 15th 2010, Santiago, Chile, pp 13–32.

Quality risk management advisory programs, including GMP and Biosecurity Advisory programs for sustainable dairy production Modern Cattle Practice: a Blueprint for the Future on-site training courses. Once VAS is established and viable, the veterinary cattle practice may benefit from being split into two departments: 1 curative services; 2 consultative services. For the farmer, this would clarify the purpose, contents and costs of farm visits when these two departments act in parallel. Dehorning calves when making a HHPMS or QRM farm visit would trouble the farmer, and would take the veterinarian too far away from the advisory tasks.

2 Details on herd fertility. Cows show a negative energy balance after calving, due to the intake of energy being less than that required for the increased milk yield. This phenomenon causes a ketosis in the cow. Follicles do not reach their state of dominance and do not ovulate. Such cows do not show oestrus, sometimes from calving onward, sometimes after having shown just one oestrus around Day 20 after calving. The phenomenon diminishes when the energy imbalance recedes, resulting in oestrus at Day 80 or more after calving.

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