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The Future of Cattle Health

Irish Veterinary Journal

Irish Veterinary Journal is still accepting submissions to be included in the special issue on the Future of Cattle Health. Inspired by the World Buiatrics Congress held in Dublin in July 2016, the collection also includes commissioned reviews from conference speakers and world experts.

This thematic series explores all aspects of bovine health, including metabolic diseases, reproduction, herd-health management, and antibiotic use. These articles have been selected to demonstrate the broad scope of research that influences buiatrics and cattle care.

We invite you to submit original research or reviews on topics relating to recent advances in the field of cattle health and welfare. To submit your manuscript, please use our online submission system, and indicate in your cover letter that you would like the manuscript to be considered for this article collection.

For more information on how to submit your article to Irish Veterinary Journal, please see our submission guidelines.

  1. The Irish dairy industry has established a reputation for the production of safe and healthy dairy products and is seeking to further expand its export market for high value dairy products. To support its repu...

    Authors: A. G. Jordan, L. R. Citer, C. G. McAloon, D. A. Graham, E. S. G. Sergeant and S. J. More

    Citation: Irish Veterinary Journal 2020 73:18

    Content type: Review

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  2. Comfortable beds play an important role in increasing the ruminant and milk production efficiency of dairy buffalo. In loose housing systems, cow lying comfort depends on both the bedding materials and bed base.

    Authors: Lin Li, Ping Liu, Lulu Guo, Fulan Zhang, Jinhui Pu, Huaming Mao and Zhaobing Gu

    Citation: Irish Veterinary Journal 2020 73:4

    Content type: Research

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  3. There is an increasing push for dairy production to be scientifically grounded and ethically responsible in the oversight of animal health and well-being. Addressing underlying challenges affecting the quality...

    Authors: Craig S. McConnel, Ashleigh A. McNeil, Joleen C. Hadrich, Jason E. Lombard, Jane Heller and Franklyn B. Garry

    Citation: Irish Veterinary Journal 2018 71:7

    Content type: Research

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  4. Drivers of change in dairy herd health management include the significant increase in herd/farm size, quota removal (within Europe) and the increase in technologies to aid in dairy cow reproductive management.

    Authors: Mark A. Crowe, Miel Hostens and Geert Opsomer

    Citation: Irish Veterinary Journal 2018 71:1

    Content type: Review

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  5. Helminth infections of cattle affect productivity in all classes of stock, and are amongst the most important production-limiting diseases of grazing ruminants. Over the last decade, there has been a shift in ...

    Authors: Johannes Charlier, Valérie De Waele, Els Ducheyne, Mariska van der Voort, Fiona Vande Velde and Edwin Claerebout

    Citation: Irish Veterinary Journal 2016 69:14

    Content type: Review

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