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.
Healthy Hoof Provider training for 2016
Date: Monday 5th to Wednesday 7th December 2016
Venue: Rangiora, North Canterbury.
Numbers are strictly limited. Click here to register For more information email email@example.com or contact Anna on 021 302 034
New at lamecow.co.nz : Online courses
Now available is the first of the new e-learning resources.
If you can't get to a seminar - why not have the seminar come to you!
If you came to a seminar and you want to review it - online is the way!
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 September he will be in Mid Eastern US, during October and November he will be in Brazil and during the last half of
November he will be in Chile. Email us to find more information.