Professor Develops Calf Disbudding Applicator

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Published Aug 12, 2022, 8:15 PM

Traditionally, caustic paste or a hot iron is used to singe off the cells that cause horns to grow in calves. Paste has grown in popularity in recent years with little to no research on how much of the product to use. Sylvia Kehoe, UW River Falls Professor of Dairy Science has been working on an adhesive patch technology for disbudding the cells that cause horns to grow. She shares more on what the applicator is and how she developed it.

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