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Selective Dry Cow Therapy on US Dairy Farms: Impact on Udder Health, Antimicrobial Use and Economics

Principal Investigator: Daryl Nydam

Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences
Sponsor: University of Minnesota
Grant Number: H006550801
Title: Selective Dry Cow Therapy on US Dairy Farms: Impact on Udder Health, Antimicrobial Use and Economics
Project Amount: $135,550
Project Period: August 2018 to July 2020

DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): 

Dr. Nydam will be responsible for ensuring that the New York phase of the on-farm experiments are completed well. In addition he will supervise and train the graduate student responsible for day to day conduct of these experiments. The student assistants will also be under his supervision. As a proven investigator of dairy studies he will also collaborate in laboratory analysis of samples, modeling of the data, and manuscript preparation.

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