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Mycotoxin Reflections

John A. Doerr, PhD With a couple of colleagues, I ran a research study some years ago. It was a comparison of the individual and combined effects of aflatoxin and ochratoxin in a chicken model.  The outcome was bas...

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Dairy Cows – Common Challenges

Is your herd dealing with environmental challenges? Are you losing out on milk production because of unhealthy cows? Problems in your feed could be hurting your animals and negatively affecting your bottom line. If you ...

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The Benefits of Select DTX - Testimonial

“We used Select DTX on a group of replacement heifers that had been fed grain since weaning. Within a week of feeding DTX to the heifers they had a lot more bloom and eye appeal.”  “I was really sold on DTX when we fed it to ...

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Icy Tips for Newborn Calves

Icy Tips for Newborn Calves * AS SEEN IN DAIRY HERD MANAGEMENT (BY ANNA-LISA LACA, DECEMBER 1, 2016) Calving doesn’t stop in the winter months. It’s extra important to make sure newborn calves have good vitality during the wi...

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Mycotoxin Reflections

December 15, 2016 John A. Doerr, PhD Getting ready for your new crop corn silage?  Some time ago interaction of aflatoxin (AF) and ochratoxin A (OA) was studied in chickens. AF birds had big livers were pale to yellow, with f...

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Is a Colostrum Replacer worth it?

Is a Colostrum replacer worth it? Thursday, December 1, 2016 Is a Colostrum replacer worth it? Research confirms that producers should consider using a colostrum replacer to ensure that the potential transfer of pathogens fro...

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