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Dr. Garrett Oetzel R.

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Direct Phone: (608) ***-****       

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University of Wisconsin-Madison

600 Highland Ave. Room F6/133

Madison, Wisconsin 53792

United States

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The University of Wisconsin Press (www.uwpress.wisc.edu) was founded in 1936. The Press publishes books and journals. Since its first book appeared in 1937, the Press has published and distributed more than 3,000 titles. The Press has more than 1,400 titl... more

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Employment History

Veterinarian

University of Wisconsin

Associate Professor

University of Wisconsin

Professor In Veterinary Medicine

University of Wisconsin

Associate Professor

University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine

Food Animal Production Medicine Veterinarian

University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine

Education

DVM

The Ohio State University

MS degree

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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


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"Oral supplements are an under-appreciated, underused technology," says Garrett Oetzel, University of Wisconsin veterinarian.

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"These farms had exceptionally good numbers, meaning they were very good at controlling milk fever," says Oetzel.
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These criteria offered an "incredible tool" to predict post-calving problems, according to Oetzel.
When compared to cows in the control group, these high-risk cows that received the calcium bolus produced 895 more pounds of milk. At $20 milk, that's $179 per cow. These cows also fared better numerically in health parameters although, again, the data were not statistically significant.
"We found that even in herds with excellent anionic salt programs and very little clinical milk fever, calcium-bolus supplementation was beneficial for high-risk cows," concludes Oetzel.
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"Our national cow herd is getting older again, partly because we're doing a better job with cow health," says Garrett Oetzel, University of Wisconsin veterinarian.


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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.


Hot Topics in Milk Fever Management | AGRI-NUTRITION

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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:


Welcome to Dairy-Lyx® CRYSTALYX® Dairy Supplements

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Dr. Gary Oetzel, DVM, MS

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Dr. Gary Oetzel, DVM, MS, is an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Veterinary Medicine. He has been researching ruminal acidosis in dairy cattle for over ten years. According to Oetzel, the economic impact of SARA is significant.
"It's a very costly situation for dairymen," Oetzel says. "We think it's probably the most costly disease condition in the dairy industry today. Oetzel says it's not a matter of eliminating SARA, but controlling it.
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Dr. Oetzel conducted replicated trials in 2002 and 2004 at the U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center near Prairie Du Sac, Wisconsin, using BUFFER-LYX ®. Half of the cows in the study had their TMR supplemented with free choice access to BUFFER-LYX ® and the other half did not. Each cow was on the study for 12 days. Intakes were measured and rumen pH was monitored throughout the study. In the course of the study researchers created a SARA challenge.
"We were able to evaluate how the cows responded, whether they had access to the blocks or not," Oetzel says.
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Dr. Oetzel sees the use of free choice buffer blocks such as BUFFER-LYX ® as a "safety net" for producers.
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Garrett R. Oetzel, DVM, MS - School of Veterinary Medicine, UW-Madison
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Garrett R. Oetzel, DVM, MS - School of Veterinary Medicine, UW-Madison
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Garrett R. Oetzel, DVM, MS - School of Veterinary Medicine, UW-Madison

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