Uterine Disease (Dairy)
Uterine diseases in dairy cows can be classified as puerperal metritis, clinical metritis, clinical endometritis, and subclinical endometritis. These diseases are highly prevalent in high-producing dairy cows and have been associated with decreased pregnancy per artificial insemination (AI), extended interval to pregnancy, increased culling, and economic losses.
- Association between Immune Function and Development of Uterine Disease in Dairy Cows
- Can Calcium Propionate Help Maintain Calcium Concentrations and Prevent Metritis in Dairy Cows with Dystocia?
- The Consequence of Postpartum Uterine Disease on Dairy Cow Fertility
- Effect of Anovulation and Subclinical Endometritis on Fertility of Lactating Dairy Cows: Why Are Dairy Cows Not Getting Pregnant—Lack of Cyclicity, Uterine Disease, or Both?
- Identifying and Treating Uterine Disease in Dairy Cows
- Risk Factors for Uterine Disease in Dairy Cows
- Should Genetics Be Blamed for High Incidence of Uterine Disease in Dairy Cows?
- Uterine Microbiology of Healthy Cows and Cows That Develop Uterine Disease