Skip to main content

News and Media

Open Main MenuClose Main Menu

Veterinary Viewpoints: Ticks on Livestock

In Oklahoma, ticks are detected on livestock throughout the year, and tick-borne disease is commonly diagnosed. With milder winters and high humidity, tick numbers appear to be increasing across the state, so let Oklahoma State University summarize the major takeaways for livestock owners.
Different types of ticks that can affect livestock
Know your quality grades to get the most out of steak season

Tue, May 04, 2021

More than 98% of American households purchased meat in 2020, and 43% of Americans now buy more meat than before the pandemic.

Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Servicebeef cattleOutreach and EngagementOSU AgricultureFood Land and Natural ResourcesBeefOSU ExtensionNews Topicsfoodsteak
Back To Top
SVG directory not found.