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Animal Wastes and Water Quality (DVD)
Describes the problems and outlines the methods for managing wastes, both in confined-animal operations and on pasture or rangeland, so that contamination of surface water and groundwater is avoided.

Publication Number:: 6532D
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Beef Animal Health: What You Need to Know About Animal Drugs (DVD)
How to select, store, prepare, and use animal health care products for disease treatment and prevention.

Cómo seleccionar, almacenar, preparar y usar productos para cuidar la salud de los animales para tratar y prevenir enfermedades.

Publication Number:: 6563D
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California Dairies: Protecting Water Quality
This handy guide is a primer for consultants, local agencies, and lending institutions that summarizes practical approaches and technologies that have been implemented by progressive dairy producers to protect surface and groundwater quality.

Publication Number:: 21630E
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Crop Biotechnology: Feeds for Livestock
Some food shoppers are concerned about the safety of biotech crops and of food animals raised on biotech feeds. This publication summarizes scientific research on the topic.

Publication Number:: 8145
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Dairy Nutritionists' Roles in Nutrient Use
Full Title: Dairy Nutritionists' Roles in Nutrient Use: Recommendations for Feed Nutrients Records Analyses

Nutrient-based pollution concerns mean dairies must closely monitor and document how much feed they use. Learn how in this publication.


Publication Number:: 8278
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Dairybeef: Maximizing Quality and Profits CD - User's
A multimedia program on CD to educate dairy producers, farm adivsors, and dairy veternarians on the issues of market cattle safety and quality. This interactive CD provides tools for accessing and certifying on-farm quality assurance programs.

The user's CD is self-contained and fully narrated for use by individuals working in the dairy industry who are learning about food safety and quality issues..
For Windows 98SE or newer, with Internet Explorer 5 or Netscape 6 or greater.

Publication Number:: 3428
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DAIRYBEEF:Maximizing Quality and Profits--Trainer's CD
A multimedia program on CD to educate dairy producers, farm advisors, and dairy veterinarians on the issues of market cattle food safety and quality. This interactive CD provides tools for assessing and certifying an on-farm quality assurance program.

The trainer's CD contains files to print for handouts and also scripts of some presentations for self-narration.
For Windows 98SE or newer, with Internet Explorer 5 or Netscape 6 or greater.

Publication Number:: 3427
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Dairying in California’s Imperial Valley: Is It Feasible?
Research report of the Agricultural Issues Center.

Publication Number:: IMP-1
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EVALUATION OF MILKING SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
Illustrates the National Mastitis Council guidelines and procedures for milking system evaluation. Produced by UCCE and National Mastitis Council. Includes printed guidelines and blank forms.

Publication Number:: 6575D
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FARMSTEAD AND ARTISAN
Navigating the start-up of any business is hard work, but cheesemaking has its own special challenges. This manual walks you, as a beginning cheesemaker, through the steps necessary to decide if cheesemaking as a business is right for you.

Publication Number:: 3522SD
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Farmstead and Artisan Cheeses: A Guide to Building a Business
Navigating the start-up of any business is hard work, but cheesemaking has its own special challenges. This manual walks you, as a beginning cheesemaker, through the steps necessary to decide if cheesemaking as a business is right for you.

Publication Number:: 3522
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Feeding Rice Straw to Cattle
Rice straw, under increased scrutiny when burned as agricultural waste, has new promise as a livestock feed.

Publication Number:: 8079
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Groundwater Quality Protection: Managing Dairy Manure in the Central Valley. . .
Full Title: Groundwater Quality Protection: Managing Dairy Manure in the Central Valley of California

A thorough technical review of problems and solutions in dairy manure management in this area.


Publication Number:: 9004
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How to Improve Your Preliminary Dairy Facility Assessment Ratio
This publication briefly describes opportunities for dairy operators to improve facility nutrient balance based on the results of the preliminary dairy facility assessment (PDFA), so they can better meet May 2007 requirements for the Central Valley.

Publication Number:: 8283
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Irrigated Pasture Production in the Central Valley of California
This is a step-by-step guide to establishing and maintaining irrigated pastures - a mixture of perennial grasses and legumes.

Publication Number:: 21628
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Livestock-Poisoning Plants of California
Horses, goats, sheep, and cattle can sicken or die if they eat from a poisonous plant. The best strategy is just to keep these plants out of reach. Here are photos, ID info, and poisoning symptoms for more than 30 hazardous ornamental and range plants.

Publication Number:: 8398
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Maintaining the Competitive Edge in California’s Dairy Industry (Part 1)
Part 1. Part of the Agricultural Issues Center's Maintaining California's Competetive Edge Series.

Publication Number:: CPE-2
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Manure Treatment Technologies: Anaerobic Digesters
Increased awareness and regulation of dairy waste products have spawned a variety of technical innovations, including anaerobic digesters, which use bacteria to make a useful biogas fuel from animal waste products.

Publication Number:: 8409
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Milking System Design and Performance

Publication Number:: WREP08
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Pears: An Alternative Feed
Pears that are weather damaged or otherwise unsaleable need not go entirely to waste: you can still use them as feed for cattle, sheep, or goats. This brief publication gives you the basics on making the best of your fruit tree losses.

Publication Number:: 7266
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Predicting and Controlling Stable Flies on California Dairies
The stable fly (Stomoxys calcitrans) is a serious pest of confined livestock, and is becoming a pest of pastured livestock as well. This publication will help you learn to identify the pest and manage infestations.

Publication Number:: 8258
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Rice Producers' Guide to Marketing Rice Straw
The burning of rice straw as agricultural waste is under increasing scrutiny, but growers have to get rid of the stuff somehow. Here are a number of alternative uses for rice straw that can transform it from a liability to an income-producing asset.

Publication Number:: 8425
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Rice Straw for Use in Dairy Heifer Rations
With feed prices rising, dairies are looking for new feed options such as rice straw. The problem is rice straw can jam equipment and be hard to mix into other ration components. The key is to cut the straw to the right length at the cutter/baler stage.

Publication Number:: 8392
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The Dairy Debate: Consequences of Bovine Growth Hormone and Rotational Grazing T
Examines bovine growth hormone (bGH) and rotational grazing. Compares the potential impacts of these technologies on cow health, consumers, farm families, the economics of dairying, the environment, and rural communities.

Publication Number:: SA001
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