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CONSUMER FOOD ANIMAL PRODUCTION INFORMATION
Real California Milk (Happy Cows, great recipies, CA videos)
Dairy Farming Today (The truth from America's Dairy Farmers)
The Center for Consumer Freedom (Honest info on marketing.)
Activist Cash (Where do activist organizations get their funding?)
Another take on PETA
Humane Society of the United States watchdog group site
DAIRY ORGANIZATIONS OF INTEREST
Western United DairymenMilk Producers Council
American Dairy Science Association & Journal of Dairy Science
National Mastitis Council
California Dairy Research Foundation
Western Institute for Food Safety & Security
DAIRY PRODUCTION INFORMATION
Cooperative Extension (DAIReXNET)
Glenn County Cooperative Extension- DairyKansas State Dairy Info.
Quality Milk Production Services
California Dairy Quality Assurance Program
CATTLE DISEASE INFORMATION
California Health & Food Safety LabDrost Project (neat info and pictures of everything reproductive!)
FOOD ANIMAL DRUG INFORMATION
FDA's database (completely searchable!)
Compendium of Veterinary Products (veterinary product labels and info)
Food Animal Residue Avoidance DatabankResidue Testing
ORGANIC DAIRY PRODUCTION INFORMATION
National Organic Program
Dr. Karreman's (Penn Dutch Cow Care) websiteCow 5026 had quadruplets on December 6, 2011. All four heifer calves were born alive, healthy and at term without assistance. This is the cow's third time calving- the first two times she had single calves. The cow did not have any hormones before or after getting pregnant, and was artificially inseminated with non-sexed semen from a natural heat. She likely released three oocytes from her ovaries which were fertilized, one of which then split, producing two calves out of the four which are identical genetically.
Hair samples were taken from the cow and all four calves and sent to the Veterinary Genetics Lab at UC Davis and were confirmed to be all related. The odds are amazing. According to Veterinary Obstetrics and Genital Diseases (Roberts, 1971), the odds of a cow having quadruplets are 1:700,000. The odds of having all four calves born alive are 1:11.2 million, and the odds of all four being born alive and all one sex are 1:179.2 million! Congratulations Zuppan Dairy and thanks to Frank Robinson (Bovine Beautician) for all of his expertise in bovine photography!
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