Veterinarians can boost business with calf programs

07/13/2011 | DairyHerd.com

Studying specific problems among dairy cows, such as morbidity and mortality rates for clients' calves and heifers, can result in new services that large-animal veterinarians can offer their clients, says Washington State University veterinarian Dale Moore. "Although many clients do an excellent job with their calf-raising programs, there are still opportunities for veterinarians to make a difference in the health and welfare of young heifers and improve the bottom line of the heifer enterprise," Moore said.

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