KANSAS State University animal scientists have discovered that reducing the inflammation caused during the birth of a calf may be key to helping a dairy cow recover more quickly and go on to a more productive life.
Early findings in a study that began more than a year ago indicate that simple anti-inflammatory drugs -- similar to aspirin -- could help increase the cow's milk production by as much as 10% within a year compared to current trends for
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