By: Heather Smith Thomas
It pays to have a good working relationship with a veterinarian who can answer questions and assist in herd health management strategy and/or feedlot health to help prevent problems. This is generally more helpful, and more… Continue reading
Among those hit hard by last week’s wildfire outbreak are the surviving beef cattle. From mild surface burns to debilitating hoof injuries, ranchers and veterinarians are teaming up to render care and compassion.
Last week’s outbreak of wildfires in Kansas… Continue reading
Many North Dakota ranchers are faced with a continual lice infestation in their
herd this winter, even though they have treated their cattle.
“Some have even treated more than once and are still seeing the effects of lice
in their… Continue reading
The benefits of deworming your cattle are well known: increased weight gains and breeding efficiency, reduced pasture contamination, improved immune status and more. But it’s not as easy to know which deworming product to use.
“To reap these benefits… Continue reading
By: Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Someone once said “that Success occurs when Opportunity meets with Preparation”. Planning and preparing ahead for next spring’s calving season can help increase the chances of success. There are… Continue reading
GREENFIELD, Ind., [Jan. 2, 2015] — Elanco today announced it has finalized the acquisition of Novartis Animal Health, creating a new global leader in animal health focused on delivering increased value and innovation to the industry.
The acquisition, announced in… Continue reading