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Associations between feeding behaviors collected from an automated milk feeder and disease in group-housed dairy calves in Ontario: A cross-sectional study.

M H Conboy, C B Winder, C Medrano-Galarza, S J LeBlanc, D B Haley, J H C Costa, M A Steele, D L Renaud,

The adoption of automated milk feeders and group housing of preweaning dairy calves has become more common in Canada; however, disease detection in group-housed calves remains a challenge. The aim of this cross-sectional study was to assess whether feeding behavior data collected from a single point in time could be ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2021, :]

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Identification of biomarkers measured upon arrival associated with morbidity, mortality, and average daily gain in grain-fed veal calves.

H M Goetz, D F Kelton, J H C Costa, C B Winder, D L Renaud,

There is a strong need for management strategies that help reduce the incidence of disease and subsequent antimicrobial use in the veal industry. Biomarkers could serve as useful tools that allow producers to take preventative measures before clinical problems occur. The objective of this prospective cohort study was to identify ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2021, 104(1):874-885]

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Passive immunity and colostrum management practices on Ontario dairy farms and auction facilities: A cross-sectional study.

D L Renaud, M A Steele, R Genore, S M Roche, C B Winder,

Failed transfer of passive immunity (FTPI) in dairy calves has substantial health consequences, but there have been no recently published estimates of the prevalence of FTPI on Ontario dairy farms. The major objectives of this cross-sectional study were to determine the level of FTPI in dairy calves across the province ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2020, 103(9):8369-8377]

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Assessing the utility of leukocyte differential cell counts for predicting morbidity, mortality, and growth in a grain-fed veal facility: A prospective single cohort study.

T E von Konigslow, D L Renaud, T F Duffield, C B Winder, D F Kelton,

Selective antimicrobial treatment strategies present a means to reduce antimicrobial use at the time of arrival at a veal or dairy beef operation. On-farm machine leukocyte differential cell counts (DCC) that can be acquired quickly may be useful to augment calf risk identification protocols. The objective of this study was ... Read more >>

J Dairy Sci (Journal of dairy science)
[2020, 103(10):9332-9344]

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How to read and interpret the results of a Bayesian network meta-analysis: a short tutorial.

D Hu, A M O'Connor, C B Winder, J M Sargeant, C Wang,

In this manuscript we use realistic data to conduct a network meta-analysis using a Bayesian approach to analysis. The purpose of this manuscript is to explain, in lay terms, how to interpret the output of such an analysis. Many readers are familiar with the forest plot as an approach to ... Read more >>

Anim Health Res Rev (Animal health research reviews)
[2019, 20(2):106-115]

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Comparative efficacy of antimicrobial treatments in dairy cows at dry-off to prevent new intramammary infections during the dry period or clinical mastitis during early lactation: a systematic review and network meta-analysis.

C B Winder, J M Sargeant, D Hu, C Wang, D F Kelton, S J Leblanc, T F Duffield, J Glanville, H Wood, K J Churchill, J Dunn, M D Bergevin, K Dawkins, S Meadows, B Deb, M Reist, C Moody, A M O'Connor,

A systematic review and network meta-analysis were conducted to assess the relative efficacy of antimicrobial therapy given to dairy cows at dry-off. Eligible studies were controlled trials assessing the use of antimicrobials compared to no treatment or an alternative treatment, and assessed one or more of the following outcomes: incidence ... Read more >>

Anim Health Res Rev (Animal health research reviews)
[2019, 20(2):199-216]

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Comparative efficacy of teat sealants given prepartum for prevention of intramammary infections and clinical mastitis: a systematic review and network meta-analysis.

C B Winder, J M Sargeant, D Hu, C Wang, D F Kelton, S J Leblanc, T F Duffield, J Glanville, H Wood, K J Churchill, J Dunn, M D Bergevin, K Dawkins, S Meadows, B Deb, M Reist, C Moody, A M O'Connor,

A systematic review and network meta-analysis were conducted to assess the relative efficacy of internal or external teat sealants given at dry-off in dairy cattle. Controlled trials were eligible if they assessed the use of internal or external teat sealants, with or without concurrent antimicrobial therapy, compared to no treatment ... Read more >>

Anim Health Res Rev (Animal health research reviews)
[2019, 20(2):182-198]

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Comparative efficacy of antimicrobials for treatment of clinical mastitis in lactating dairy cattle: a systematic review and network meta-analysis.

C B Winder, J M Sargeant, D Hu, C Wang, D F Kelton, M A Godkin, K J Churchill, A M O'Connor,

A systematic review and network meta-analysis were conducted to assess the relative efficacy of antimicrobial therapy for clinical mastitis in lactating dairy cattle. Controlled trials in lactating dairy cattle with natural disease exposure were eligible if they compared an antimicrobial treatment to a non-treated control, placebo, or a different antimicrobial, ... Read more >>

Anim Health Res Rev (Animal health research reviews)
[2019, 20(2):229-246]

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Comparative efficacy of blanket versus selective dry-cow therapy: a systematic review and pairwise meta-analysis.

C B Winder, J M Sargeant, D F Kelton, S J Leblanc, T F Duffield, J Glanville, H Wood, K J Churchill, J Dunn, M D Bergevin, K Dawkins, S Meadows, A M O'Connor,

A systematic review and meta-analysis were conducted to determine the efficacy of selective dry-cow antimicrobial therapy compared to blanket therapy (all quarters/all cows). Controlled trials were eligible if any of the following were assessed: incidence of clinical mastitis during the first 30 DIM, frequency of intramammary infection (IMI) at calving, ... Read more >>

Anim Health Res Rev (Animal health research reviews)
[2019, 20(2):217-228]

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A systematic review and network meta-analysis of bacterial and viral vaccines, administered at or near arrival at the feedlot, for control of bovine respiratory disease in beef cattle.

A M O'Connor, D Hu, S C Totton, N Scott, C B Winder, B Wang, C Wang, J Glanville, H Wood, B White, R Larson, C Waldner, J M Sargeant,

Vaccination against putative causal organisms is a frequently used and preferred approach to controlling bovine respiratory disease complex (BRD) because it reduces the need for antibiotic use. Because approximately 90% of feedlots use and 90% of beef cattle receive vaccines in the USA, information about their comparative efficacy would be ... Read more >>

Anim Health Res Rev (Animal health research reviews)
[2019, 20(2):143-162]

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A systematic review and network meta-analysis of injectable antibiotic options for the control of bovine respiratory disease in the first 45 days post arrival at the feedlot.

A M O'Connor, D Hu, S C Totton, N Scott, C B Winder, B Wang, C Wang, J Glanville, H Wood, B White, R Larson, C Waldner, J M Sargeant,

We conducted a systematic review and network meta-analysis to determine the comparative efficacy of antibiotics used to control bovine respiratory disease (BRD) in beef cattle on feedlots. The information sources for the review were: MEDLINE®, MEDLINE In-Process and MEDLINE® Daily, AGRICOLA, Epub Ahead of Print, Cambridge Agricultural and Biological Index, ... Read more >>

Anim Health Res Rev (Animal health research reviews)
[2019, 20(2):163-181]

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