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Spoil them when they’re dry

33 YEARS AGO This article explored how preparing dry cows and heifers for the coming lactation improved production at a top dairy farm.

The pressure is on South African dairy farmers to improve milking efficiency, and one way to achieve this is to ensure the cows get plenty of care during the dry period.

It is during the dry period that the unborn calf

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