DPC Guidelines Addressing Farm Animal Health & Care.
A properly designed and operated natural ventilation system will provide healthful conditions for dairy cattle in tie stall barns.
This guideline briefly discusses the significance of the problem of high somatic cell count (abnormal milk).
This guideline is designed to give some general information about the control of antibacterial drugs and growth inhibitors in milk and milk products.
This guideline is designed to help laboratory, field personnel, and producers determine the cause and methods of correction of high bacteria counts in raw milk.
This guideline covers procedures for the control and eradication of brucellosis in dairy cattle and dairy goats. It also gives the causative organisms, human symptoms, source of infection, and preventive measures for the following milkborne diseases that affect humans: campylobacteriosis, listeriosis, salmonellosis, tuberculosis, and yersiniosis.
This guideline provides some practical information on stray voltage on dairy farms.
Every enclosed dairy building needs a ventilation system to remove moisture, odors and foul air and to regulate inside temperature.
This guideline offers a discussion of good teat disinfection popularly referred to as teat dipping.
This guideline deals with milk quality standards as applied to goat milk and is considered an introductory guideline to goat milk production.
This guideline raises a wide range of questions-from mundane to complex-regarding what issues need to be addressed when considering a dairy complex.
This guideline was developed to educate farmers, veterinarians and milk quality specialists on Somatic Cell Counts (SCC) in Sheep.
This guideline was developed to educate farmers, veterinarians and milk quality specialists on Somatic Cell Counts (SCC) in Goats.