Use of dairy herd improvement monthly summary data to monitor intervention strategies in a dairy herd experiencing suboptimal reproductive performance and reduced milk production.

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An 87-cow dairy herd with a history of high milk production was visited because of reduced reproductive performance and decreasing milk production. Cows that had recently delivered calves were thin, and many cows had evidence of previous episodes of laminitis. A ration that provided an unfavorable forage-to-concentrate ratio was being fed. In addition to… (More)

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@article{Hoblet1991UseOD, title={Use of dairy herd improvement monthly summary data to monitor intervention strategies in a dairy herd experiencing suboptimal reproductive performance and reduced milk production.}, author={Kent H Hoblet and Maurice L. Eastridge and C S Hayhow and Peter D. Goldsmith and J R Staubus}, journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association}, year={1991}, volume={198 6}, pages={1028-34} }