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Be strategic about deworming this year

Today, many cattle producers recognize that one-size-fits-all parasite control is not always the most effective approach. Rather than looking for a single solution, a strategic approach that considers geography and timing can help ensure that you get the results you expect from your deworming program. FULL STORY »

Pfizer names Dr. Christine Jenkins as Group Director

Pfizer Animal Health announced today that it has named Dr. Christine Jenkins to the position of Group Director of U.S. Veterinary Medical Services. FULL STORY »

Convenient way to grow heavier cattle

Grazing cattle see big benefits from ionophores FULL STORY »

Pfizer: Kick-start respiratory vaccination at turnout

Help get calves off to a healthier start with an intranasal vaccine FULL STORY »

Pfizer announces 2012 veterinary scholarship recipients

In its third year, veterinary medicine scholarship program awards 331 students with a total of $827,500. FULL STORY »

Colleges, Pfizer create learning experience for veterinarians

Partnership between academia and industry aims to provide an unparalleled online learning experience to help meet the needs of an evolving veterinary profession. FULL STORY »

Traits that add value to calves

Calving season is still underway for many ranches, but this is a good time to begin planning and preparing to receive top prices when those calves go to market. Since 1975, Pfizer Animal Health, in cooperation with Superior Livestock Auctions and King Data Services, has collected data on over 5,042,272 calves sold in 41,657 lots though Superior’s video auctions. FULL STORY »

Fast-track genomics

During the Cattle Industry Convention in Nashville, genomics companies Igenity and Pfizer Animal Genetics provided updates on the growing list of DNA tests and services they offer to beef producers. The two companies compete aggressively in bovine genomic evaluation, which is good news for producers, as they each continue to add new services and enhance the accuracy of existing tests. FULL STORY »

KISS genomics

At the Cattle Industry Convention in Nashville, CAB introduces GeneMax, a simplified DNA test for commercial Angus cattle. FULL STORY »

Pfizer launches new antimicrobial treatment

ADVOCIN™ (danofloxacin mesylate) is now available from Pfizer Animal Health — offering a cost-effective fluoroquinolone alternative for the treatment of bovine respiratory disease (BRD). FULL STORY »

Genomic-enhanced EPDs can improve selection accuracy

A recent analysis shows that adding genomic information to expected progeny differences can increase a producer’s odds of selecting the most appropriate Angus sires for his or her individual herd goals. FULL STORY »

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