Lame cows continue to be among the three main problems on New Zealand dairy
farms together with mastitis and infertility. This is true world wide.
It is possible to have very low lameness in a herd by understanding the causes of
the different foot lesions and by putting into place certain
management practices that will reduce foot wear.
New at lamecow.co.nz : Online courses
Just released "Stamping Out Lameness"
Unpacking lameness and giving you the tools to manage and prevent lameness in dairy herds.
For a limited period only you can receive a free trial of two modules of the course.
Click on the Free Trial button, and give us your name, email address and phone number.
To find out about our e-learning courses or to buy a course click here:
This website is a source of information and helps for farmers and vets in the dairy industry.
There are free downloadable articles on many topics available in the Articles tab at the side.
New - an article on Footbaths in both Pastoral and Indoor Dairy Systems.
You can purchase resources to learn about Lameness and Cow Flow.
We regularly run courses on lameness in Inglewood, NZ.
Neil is also available for lameness investigations and consultations world wide.
In August he will be in Ireland and UK. In September he will be in Europe. Email us to find more information.