Recent Possibilities for Diagnosis and Treatment of Post Parturient Uterine Diseases in Dairy Cow

@inproceedings{Szenci2016RecentPF,
  title={Recent Possibilities for Diagnosis and Treatment of Post Parturient Uterine Diseases in Dairy Cow},
  author={Ott{\'o} Szenci},
  year={2016}
}
The successful genetic selection for higher milk production caused a dramatic decline in the reproductive performance of dairy cows all over the world during the last decades. Achievement of optimum herd reproductive performance (calving interval of 12 months or 13 months with the first calf born at 24 months of age) requires concentrated management activities especially during the first 100 days following calving. The following management activities are needed to pursue during the early… CONTINUE READING
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