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Producers should follow recommended veterinary practices for dehorning cattle

A successful plan involves a written protocol, knowledgeable and skilled personnel and ways to minimize stress and promote healing.
Photo of cattle, one horned and the other not.
Think you’ve got sick cattle? It’s time to play DARTs

Thu, Jun 15, 2017

STILLWATER, Okla. – It is relatively easy to determine when a dependent child is sick as they often just tell you or moan pitifully, but what about livestock who are dependent upon cattle producers to correctly ascertain their well-being? It can be tough to tell a moo from a moan.

Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesFerguson College of AgricultureOSU AgricultureveterinaryExtensionOutreach and EngagementCattle
Treatment protocol plan a valuable management tool for cow-calf operations too

Mon, May 01, 2017

STILLWATER, Okla. – It is “calf-working time” in Oklahoma, which should serve as a valuable reminder for producers to get with their veterinarians to review, revise or – if one does not exist – develop a treatment protocol plan for their specific cattle operations.

Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesOSU AgricultureFerguson College of AgricultureranchveterinaryExtensionOutreach and EngagementCattle

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