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Garrett R. Oetzel

Professor In Veterinary Medicine

University of Wisconsin

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Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine


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Dr. Garrett Oetzel, a Professor in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin, recently reviewed the newest research on milk fever.
He identified four strategies that could be used to reduce the risk of this disease, which include the following: Restrict dietary calcium intake in dry cows for two to three weeks prior to calving. Provide fresh cows with a source of oral calcium. Lower the Dietary Cation-Anion Difference (DCAD) balance in the pre-fresh ration. Increase dietary magnesium.


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Dr. Garrett Oetzel, a Professor in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin, recently reviewed the newest research on milk fever.
He identified four strategies that could be used to reduce the risk of this disease, which include the following:


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• "Understanding the impact of sub-clinical ketosis" - Dr. Garrett Oetzel, University of Wisconsin


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agrinutrition.com [cached]

Dr. Garrett Oetzel, a Professor in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin, recently reviewed the newest research on milk fever.
He identified four strategies that could be used to reduce the risk of this disease, which include the following: Restrict dietary calcium intake in dry cows for two to three weeks prior to calving. Provide fresh cows with a source of oral calcium. Lower the Dietary Cation-Anion Difference (DCAD) balance in the pre-fresh ration. Increase dietary magnesium.


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5) Managing Hypocalcemia On Large Dairies -- Garrett R. Oetzel, DVM, MS, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin.
Sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc.


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