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Veterinary Sciences Guide: Cattle
Resources for assisting students, teachers and researchers for the school of Veterinary Sciences
A website developed by Dr. Jim Quigley, discussing issues concerning the raising of dairy calves. "The information in Calf Notes.com is based on research (published and unpublished), observation, anecdotal reports, comments of experienced calf raisers, and other sources. Calf Notes.com should not be not be considered as the only source of calf management information. As always, calf raisers should work closely with their veterinarians and nutrition professionals to develop an optimal calf management program for their enterprise."
Cattle are one of our major domesticated animals, a higher mammal with complex mental and physical needs. The benefit of a knowledge of cattle behaviour means veterinarians and stockpeople can recognise abnormal behaviour signs for disease diagnosis and indication of an inadequate environment.
provides vital information for battling bovine diseases in both dairy and non-dairy cattle. The book is organized by body system for quick, convenient reference, and this new edition meets the growing need for management of both diseases of individual cows and problems affecting whole herds.
As the national “voice” of Canada’s 83,000 beef producers, the Canadian Cattlemen's Association (CCA) structure represents every phase of the production system; the purebred, cow/calf, backgrounding and feedlot sectors.
developed by the University of Missouri this website provides resources on Feeds and nutrition, by-products, heifers, dry cows, dairy grazing, mastitis and milk quality, dairy references, herd management, health and reproduction, heat stress, manure and nutrient management
a website produced by the Department of Animal Science, Oklahoma State University. It provides an alphabetical listing of American cattle breeds with images and a brief introduction to breeds characteristics
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