Changing weather conditions and stress from working or transporting calves opens the door for the viruses and bacteria that cause summer pneumonia. The vaccinations a cattleman gives this spring can help reduce the risk of summer pneumonia and prepare calves… Continue reading
It’s never too early to think about a calf’s respiratory health. The steps producers take this spring with young calves not only help protect them through grazing season, but can prepare the calves for a more complete immune response with… Continue reading
A recent 200-day pasture study in Oklahoma demonstrates a 20-pound advantage per head on steers implanted with SYNOVEX® ONE GRASS when compared with cattle receiving Revalor®‑G or Encore®. Cattle implanted with SYNOVEX ONE GRASS… Continue reading
PARSIPPANY, N.J., Feb. 27, 2017 — To benefit veterinarians and their busy schedules amid the implementation of the new Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) regulation, Zoetis has introduced a mobile application for use on smartphones, helping simplify the process of writing… Continue reading
By: Steve Suther
Antibiotic use hits cattle feeders as a cost, but a less direct system of accounting may affect treatment decisions going forward.
Robin Falkner, Zoetis technical services veterinarian, explored that at the Feeding Quality Forum this summer in… Continue reading
By: Katrina Huffstutler
Once upon a time, cattle were considered done when they were fat enough to grade, big enough to sell or when the feed was about gone. But times have changed and so have the cattle.
Robbi Pritchard,… Continue reading