Ron Hatfield

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The use of cardiac pacemakers and arrhythmia control devices is increasingly common. The presence of a previously placed pacemaker or implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) in a terminally ill patient may result in medical and ethical issues for the patient, family, and healthcare provider. Two cases are presented to illustrate the complex issues that(More)
Feeding high-quality forage diets may lead to excessive weight gains and over-conditioning for dairy heifers. Restriction of energy density and dry matter intake by using low-energy forages, such as straw, is a good approach for controlling this problem. Alfalfa stems contain high fiber and moderate protein content and have the potential to be used to(More)
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