Endometritis is defined as a process that causes superficial endometrial inflammation with the presence or not of purulent vaginal discharge (PVD) between 21- and 49-days post-partum. PVD in cows during the puerperium has a negative affect on milk production and farm profitability
Diarrhea or scours is the first leading cause of death in un-weaned heifer calves. It occurs most frequently between days 3 and 30 after birth, depending on the susceptibility of the individual animal and the cause of this multifactorial problem
Research Report: Effects of linoleic fatty acid intake on milk fat production in lactating dairy cows; a meta-analysis
The demand for organic dairy products has been increasing recently. This production system is not devoid of complications, particularly when it comes to animal welfare. The need to produce without synthetic chemicals is oftentimes a challenge when treating ailments.