The latest news from Nobis Agri Science

The latest news from Nobis Agri Science

Nobis Agri Science is dedicated to providing the best, most progressive services in the agricultural industry. From dairy cow feed manufacturing and ruminant nutrition to nutritional consulting and forage sampling, our team seeks to expand their knowledge through continuous learning and ongoing training. To learn more about our team, our mission and our pursuit to provide the industry's best bulk cow feed, view our news articles below.

Keep Purchased Fee Costs In Perspective

Keep Purchased Fee Costs In Perspective

2/1/2017

Feeding cows is very similar to conducting a financial assessment in respect to “What is the return on investment?”  

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Prevent Milk Fever

Prevent Milk Fever

1/26/2017

Fresh cows that have been on a diet of forages high in calcium and potassium often are in for a rude awakening at freshening: hypocalcemia, also referred to as parturient paresis or “milk fever.” According to Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, clinical milk fever costs producers about $334 per case.

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Herd - Wide Strategies For Transition Success

Herd - Wide Strategies For Transition Success

1/24/2017

With more research focusing on transition health in dairy cows, producers are realizing its critical impact on milk production, return to fertility and culling risk.

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Is Overstocking Affecting Your Heifer Management

Is Overstocking Affecting Your Heifer Management

1/23/2017

Dairy herd managers seek to prevent freshening heifers from being overconditioned by dietary dilution with low-energy forages.

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13 Tips To Manage Your Parlor In Winter

13 Tips To Manage Your Parlor In Winter

1/20/2017

The cold, winter weather can wreck havoc on your day-to-day operations.

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Large Holstein Steer Discounts Seen As Packers Reduce Slaughter

Large Holstein Steer Discounts Seen As Packers Reduce Slaughter

1/17/2017

Cattle prices are still considerably lower than the highs of two years ago. However, Holstein cattle appear to be facing their own price pressure as buyers push discounts.

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Combat Cold Stress

Combat Cold Stress

1/16/2017

It’s easy to focus on heat stress and its impact on herd health during the dog days of summer, but one often-overlooked area is cold stress and how it compromises herd productivity and performance. Combating cold stress from the inside – at the cellular level – is an essential part of maintaining dairy herd reproductive health and production gains.

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Critical Factors For Modern Heifer Facilities

Critical Factors For Modern Heifer Facilities

1/12/2017

When determining where you want your herd to be in 5, 10 or 15 years, you should have a plan for housing heifers. It is just as important as projecting for future milking-herd facility needs.

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How Often Should You Check CME Prices ?

How Often Should You Check CME Prices ?

1/11/2017

Dairy farms come in all shapes and sizes. Each one is unique and each dairy producer has his or her own management style based on personal strengths and preferences. They have different habits or routines that characterize the farm.

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Milk Prices On The Rebound

Milk Prices On The Rebound

1/9/2017

Even though U.S. milk production surged 2.5% in October, shrinking production in other regions of the world and increasing global demand mean milk prices likely will improve significantly in 2017. USDA is projecting about $1/cwt increase in the All-Milk Price in 2017.

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