Understanding and Mitigation Lameness - Resources in Spanish now Available!

Camila Lage, Dairy Management Specialist
Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Program

July 13, 2022
Understanding and Mitigation Lameness - Resources in Spanish now Available!

Check out this series of short animated videos created in Spanish by Cornell Cooperative Extension staff based on our recent program Understanding and Mitigation Lameness. Please take advantage of this opportunity that can be used with employees in their native language. If you did not have the opportunity to watch the webinar series (in English), you could access all the recordings by clicking here.

See below all the links and descriptions for the Spanish videos:

 

Lameness overview: La Cojera en Vacas Lecheras: un Resumen

En este video corto, describimos qué es la cojera y cómo podemos identificar las vacas cojas lo más rápido posible para mejorar su bienestar.

In this short video, we will discuss the impact of housing facilities and management on lameness and some best management practices for employees.

 

Risk Factors and Best Management Practices: Facility considerations: Factores de Riesgo por La Cojera: Consideraciones sobre las Instalaciones

En este video corto, discutimos el impacto de las instalaciones y el manejo de las vacas en la cojera.

In this short video, we will discuss the impact of housing facilities and management on lameness and some best management practices for employees.

  

Lameness Risk Factors and Best Management Practices: Impact of Nutrition: Factores de Riesgo por la Cojera: Impacto de la Nutrición

En este video corto, discutimos el impacto de la nutrición en la cojera, factores de riesgo y las mejores prácticas de manejo que deben ser implementadas para prevenir las vacas cojas.

In this short video, we will discuss the impact of nutrition on lameness, risk factors associated with nutrition and lameness, and best management practices for employees to use when working with groups of cows.

 

Hoof Trimming and Footbath: El Manejo del Recorte de Pezuñas y Baños de Pie para reducir la cojera en vacas lecheras.

En este video corto, discutimos la importancia del recorte de las pezuñas y el manejo de los baños de pie para prevenir la cojera en vacas lecheras.

In this short video, we will discuss the importance of hoof trimming and footbath management to prevent lameness in dairy cows.

 

 




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