Wed, Feb 03, 2021
Mon, Feb 01, 2021
Thu, Jan 21, 2021
Johne's is contagious and can be transferred animal to animal within a species or from one ruminant to another such as a cow to a sheep.
Most animals are infected early in life, but clinical symptoms typically do not appear for many months.
It is not unusual for stage one to occur completely unnoticed, but stage two and stage three may require assistance from the cattle producer.
Previously obtained colostrum must be kept frozen to protect the integrity of the large protein molecules that make up the various immunoglobulins.
Tue, Dec 22, 2020
Bovine Respiratory Disease generates an estimated $800 million to $900 million annually in economic losses within the U.S. cattle industry.
Fri, Dec 18, 2020
Having discussions about scours management with a large animal veterinarian now will save time, energy and dollars later, and it improves overall animal welfare.
Tue, Aug 18, 2020
Producers should talk with local veterinarians about the plan and incorporate their suggestions.
Wed, Jun 17, 2020
Culling open heifers immediately after checks for pregnancy serves several economically valuable purposes.
Fri, May 29, 2020
Correct administration of any injection is a critical control point in beef production and animal health.
Wed, Mar 25, 2020
Freemartinism can occur when cattle births result in twins that are a heifer calf and a bull calf.