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Agriculture

Herd-Based Diagnostics Program

The Herd-Based Diagnostics Program is available to Wisconsin dairy herds of all sizes and management types. The program’s full-time veterinarian delivers comprehensive and holistic farm system evaluations. Services delivered include, but are not limited to, professional consulting and diagnostic testing for issues regarding production, milk quality, disease, water, etc. Herds with unresolved stray voltage or power quality concerns are referred to the Public Service Commission.

Eligibility

Wisconsin dairy farmers.

Top Benefits

  • Administered by a licensed veterinarian
  • Makes investigative farm visits
  • Coordinates diagnostic or laboratory testing
  • Delivers final report of findings and reccomendations
  • Available at no cost to approved applicants

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