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La muerte prematura de los animales es el resultado de la enfermedad, . Trastornos pódales: corresponden a problemas pódales sin un diagnóstico exacto. lesiones podales como úlceras en suela, doble suela y dermatitis interdigital, . detectar enfermedades infecciosas como diarrea viral bovina (Schaefer y col. enfermedades exóticas al País, la adaptación de los animales a un clima muy diferente . Se cree que en los bovinos el desarrollo de las células secretoras se .

The average gross mortality rate for the three farms was 4. The highest mortality percentages were reached between April and September. It was concluded that there is a high mortality rate in dairy farms and that the causes of death were different depending on the farm, but in general they were related to calving, undetermined causes, and digestive disorders.

Key words: mortality rate, death, dairy cattle. Se concluye que existe una alta tasa de mortalidad en los planteles lecheros, siendo las causas de muerte diferentes dependiendo del predio, pero en general se resume que los trastornos derivados del parto, causas no determinadas y los trastornos digestivos son las que prevalecen. Palabras clave: mortalidad, muertes, vacas lecheras.

Esslemont y Kossaibati indican que el hecho que ninguna causa haya sido registrada para casi la mitad de las vacas muertas en su estudio sea probablemente porque la causa nunca fue establecida y porque pocos ganaderos examinan a las vacas post mortem. Causas de mortalidad y aborto en bovinos. Informe de 1.

Rev Med Vet 85, Biology of dairy cows during the transition period: the final frontier? J Dairy Sci 82, The results found are shown in Table 1.

The type of joint found in pigs, rigid ball-and-socket, and the consequent lack of mobility can explain this result.

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This biomechanical mechanism of gait pattern has been previously explored in dairy cattle Carvalho et al. The front legs are somewhat cushioned by tendon and ligaments that may explain slightly better balance of inner and outer claws. Also, the pressure differences on the outer claws compared to the Fig.

This suggests that when the 1 mm vs. This result agrees with both Mendes et al.

Some improvements were also shown and Penny et al. The pressure analysis showed improve- walking abnormalities, as the claw deteriorates over the years, ments accordingly. FL and RR stand for front left and rear right, respectively. The forces, Net pressure kPa Data from sagittal and coronal plane kinematics are still being processed to evaluate and associate locomo- The measurements showed that pigs present more gait tion with pressure readings and will be presented in a later stress on the outer claws of the rear leg and the inner claws of paper.

The reduced pressures found by using patterns when tested previously in laboratory, were chosen 3 mm compared to 1 mm mats for inner and outer claws are for the field tests using 10 commercial bred pigs.

The loads and presented in Table 5. Two high definition digital cameras were located on the sagittal and coronal planes to 4. Conclusion produce the associated kinematic data of their gait and will be described further in another paper.

It is particularly important when 1 mm vs. This result was consistent with the association of overstressed regions to known defects. Inner and outer claws The results demonstrated that rear outer claws are severely showed significant differences for the thinner mattress overloaded when compared to rear inner claws and front 1 mm Also, that applying cushioning through the use of rubber mattresses may reduce the overloading of claws, Table 6 — Inner and outer claw pressure differences mostly the rear outer claws, and this may prevent defects between 1 mm and 3 mm rubber mattresses and their from occuring.

Under farm conditions the system Pressure kPa The effect of domestication, breed and Acknowledgements systems of management on skeletal system, and some physical and chemical characteristics of the bones in sows.

Gjein H; Larssen R B Housing of pregnant sows in loose and confined systems — a field study. Claw lesions: morphology, prevalence, location and relation to age.

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From the perspective of the digit, the size and weight Management and Cow Behaviour to the Distribution of Foot Lesions of the animal are characteristics that could end in a premature Causing Lameness in Pasture-Fed Dairy Cattle in New Zealand culling of the cows. In studies from New Zealand Holmes et al.

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Besides, New cows from the heavy line were less fertile. G, Scott, C.

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