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    Manual for treatment and control of lameness in cattle

    Sarel van Amstel (Author), Jan Shearer (Author)




    • Hardcover: 212 pages
    • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (November 29, 2006)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 0813814189
    • ISBN-13: 978-0813814186


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    Lameness is one of the most costly diseases affecting cattle and cases are increasing as dairy cows spend more time confined to concrete instead of grassy pasture. The economic impact of lameness is significant. Preventive claw care is increasingly practiced in modern dairy farming and is now recognized as a necessary investment in herd health. Manual for Treatment and Control of Lameness in Cattle includes up to date information on common lameness conditions of cattle and emphasizes the practical aspect of functional and corrective trimming. Additionally it covers the anatomy and pathology of the bovine foot with illustrations of anatomical features as well as detailed photographs of lesions.


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    Lameness is one of the most costly diseases affecting cattle and cases are increasing as dairy cows spend more time confined to concrete instead of grassy pasture. The economic impact of lameness is significant. Preventive hoof care is increasingly practiced in modern dairy farming and is now recognised as a necessary investment in herd health.Manual for Treatment and Control of Lameness in Cattleincludes up to date information on common lameness conditions of cattle and emphasizes the practical aspect of functional and corrective trimming. Additionally it covers the anatomy and pathology of the bovine foot with illustrations of anatomical features as well as detailed photographs of lesions.


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