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Last Friday, a very interesting event dedicated to new approaches to birth and reproduction in dairy cattle, with a focus on animal welfare, was held at the "Villa Cupido" restaurant.

The event, organized by EBF - Linea Happy , saw the participation of an audience of breeders, veterinarians and industry professionals, all united by an interest in the health and well-being of dairy cattle.


Exceptional speaker, Dr. Marco Gobbi , a cow doctor active in the Parmigiano Reggiano production area who introduced the topic with an overview of the main problems and pathologies that can arise during reproduction and birth in dairy cows. Dr. Gobbi underlined the importance of a preventive approach and careful management of the farm to reduce the incidence of these problems and guarantee the welfare of the animals.


Following this, Dr. Gianandrea Guidetti, head of Research and Development of the Happy Line , took the floor to delve into the new preventive frontiers based on the use of phytotherapeutics and plant molecules. Dr. Guidetti presented several successful case histories, demonstrating the effectiveness of these alternative methods in treating various reproductive issues and improving the overall health of dairy cattle.


The event concluded with a lunch between the speakers and guests, in which it was possible to delve deeper into the issues that emerged and further valuable answers to the participants' questions were provided.


The highlights of the event :

•⁠ ⁠Emphasis on animal welfare as a central element for the success of farming.

•⁠ ⁠Presentation of the main problems and pathologies related to birth and reproduction in dairy cattle.

•⁠ ⁠In-depth study of new approaches based on phytotherapeutics and plant molecules.

•⁠ ⁠Open discussion with the speakers and the public for a constructive discussion.

The event "new approaches to calving and reproduction of dairy cattle" represented an important opportunity for updating and discussion for all professionals in the sector. The information shared and the different experiences presented provided food for thought and new strategies for improving the health and well-being of dairy cattle, while ensuring efficient and sustainable production.

Below are some images of the event:

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