4 edition of Lameness in cattle found in the catalog.
|Statement||editor, Paul R. Greenough ; associate editor, A. David Weaver.|
|Contributions||Greenough, Paul R., Weaver, A. David, Greenough, Paul R.|
|LC Classifications||SF967.L3 L35 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 336 p. :|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||96028602|
The revised and updated Third Edition of Bovine Surgery and Lameness offers veterinarians a concise text ideal for use in the field. Offers a fully revised edition of the popular and well-respected book on bovine surgery and lameness Presents a practical quick-reference guide ideal for the field veterinarian Covers both common surgical procedures and the latest information on combating. BOVINE LAMINITIS AND LAMENESS: A HANDS ON APPROACH PROVIDES veterinarians, researchers and cattle producers with an invaluable and handy resource for managing these problems. With a focus on investigation and control of lameness at the herd level, this book offers guidance on containing situations before they become severe problems within the herd.
Lameness is an important health problem causing severe welfare deteriorations and economic losses up to € 53 per cow per year in dairy cattle. Timely detection and treatment can help to minimize. Lameness in Dairy Cattle Lameness, due to injury or disease in the foot or leg, is considered by many to be one of the most important welfare problems facing dairy cattle today. Lame dairy cows may experience: pain and discomfort; disturbed resting, feeding and social patterns; reduced fertility; lowered milk yields; and an increased likelihood.
In the mids, Zinpro introduced the Illustrated Handbook on Cattle Lameness, a book co-developed with Dr. Paul Greenough from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. The book outlines basic anatomy and different claw lesions including risk factors, treatment and control information and recommendations. COVID campus closures: see options for getting or retaining Remote Access to subscribed content.
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Cattle Lameness: Lameness in cattle book, Prevention and Control of Claw Lesions is a compilation of information about lameness. It was written by the Zinpro Corporation International Bovine Lameness Committee, which is a global team of well-known industry experts that includes Ph.D.-level nutritionists, veterinarians and academicians.1/5(1).
Lameness is one of the main conditions affecting cattle and is considered a major welfare problem with significant impact on animal productivity. This well-established practical book explores the issue and provides a fundamental guide to prevention and hoof care.
This issue, edited by Dr. Jan Shearer, focuses on Lameness Lameness in cattle book Cattle. Article topics include: Economic Impact of Lameness in Cattle; Pathogenesis of Sole Ulcers and White Line Disease; Current Concepts on the Pathogenesis and Treatment of Digital Dermatitis; Pathogenesis and Treatment of Foot rot; A Brief Review of Effective Footbath Compounds, Design and Management; Pathogenesis 5/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: Lameness in cattle / Paul R. Greenough, Finlay J. MacCallum, A. David Weaver. 2nd ed. About The Book. Lameness is the third most economically important disease affecting cattle today, and the single most important welfare issue, especially for the housed dairy cow.
The responsibility for dealing with it can fall on everyone involved in the industry, from the stockperson right through to the veterinary surgeon. "Bovine Surgery and Lameness is an accessible aid for anyone with an interest in cattle practice [ ] It's surprising such a concise book can contain such a vast amount of information, but it does [ ] it makes for an excellent reference to accompany the foundation knowledge that vet students and new graduates already possess.".
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The Cattle Lameness book features in-depth information on causes of lameness, the anatomy of the foot, claw lesions and diseases, nutrition, and hoof and claw care.
It was developed by the Zinpro International Bovine Lameness Committee, which is comprised of a global team of well-known industry experts that includes Ph.D.-level nutritionists. Canine Lameness. by Felix Duerr December Written by veterinarians across multiple disciplines with expertise in the canine musculoskeletal system, this book offers an easy-to-use guide for diagnosing lameness in dogs.
Canine Lameness focuses on evaluation and diagnostic techniques, with descriptions of the most common reasons for lameness. This book is essential for anyone involved in the day-to-day practical health care of cattle.
Identifies all the common foot complaints likely to be seen in cattle: Presents practical, step-by-step descriptions of the techniques and equipment required for the successful treatment of specific lameness conditions.
My main disappointment with the book was the lameness section. I appreciate that as I deal with cattle lameness on a daily basis, I bring my own biases, but I expected more from a book with “lameness” in the title.
The section has been expanded from the previous edition but it really suffers from a Cited by: Cattle Lameness Book Cattle Lameness: Identification, Prevention and Control of Claw Lesions provides insights from cattle experts on lameness causes, anatomy, claw lesions and diseases, nutrition, and hoof and claw care.
Cattle Lameness and Hoofcare: An Illustrated Guide – Roger William Blowey – Google Books Continuing to use www. The highly illustrated text is fully referenced for students who wish to enquire further, but above all it is a straightforward manual for.
Lameness is the third economically important disease affecting cattle. The responsibility for dealing with it can fall on everyone involved in the industry, from the stock person right through to.
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Free shipping for many products. About this book 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. Cattle Lameness and Hoofcare, 3rd Edition Lameness is one of the main conditions affecting cattle and is considered a major welfare problem with significant impact The Veterinary Book.
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.
Even cattle’s facial expressions can help determine if the lameness is painful. Lameness creates one of the highest levels of pain, so painkillers are.
Lameness of cattle, especially in dairy herds remains a significant challenge to animal welfare. It has serious effects on dairy herd production in terms of affecting fertility and milk production parameters, with lame cows taking longer to get back in calf and requiring a greater number of services (Hernandez et al., ; Hultgreen et al., ; Sogstad et al., ; Walker et al.
While footrot is the most commonly diagnosed cause of lameness in all cattle, it actually accounts for less than 10 per cent of the confirmed cases of lameness. The patterns of occurrence for footrot and toe abscesses are similar.Cattle Lameness and Hoofcare An Illustrated ss and overgrown feet are a major economic and welfare problem in dairy cattle.
This book aims to give the reader a thorough understanding of the structure of the foot, what happens during overgrowth and how this is .5m Books provides a wide range of farming books that give practical knowledge to the Smallholder or commercial farmer.
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