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Alison Sunstrum, of Grow-Safe Systems Ltd., and Dr. Jay Cross, associate dean of the University of Calgary's veterinary school, discuss how Grow-Safe's RFID-based monitoring systems extend beyond measuring feed efficiency by offering advancements in detection and treatment of sick cattle. FULL STORY »

Genetics and vaccine response

Vaccines used in livestock production have come a long way, and reach the market only after extensive testing to demonstrate their efficacy. FULL STORY »

It's time for spring vaccinations

With spring breeding season approaching, now is the time to be thinking about spring vaccinations. FULL STORY »

Bayou Beef Tips: BVD

BVD is a viral disease of cattle that can cause many problems in a herd. Although the name would make you think diarrhea is the major problem, in most herds infertility is the most common and costly because it can go undiagnosed. FULL STORY »

Protecting more calves from respiratory diseases

It soon will be time to "work" the spring-born calves. Research is available that suggests that the young calves may be vaccinated with products used for protection against the respiratory diseases (IBR and BVDV). FULL STORY »

BVD: Transmission

BVDV rapidly loses infectivity outside the host, and is very susceptible to detergents, light, temperature changes and other environmental conditions. FULL STORY »

Clinical syndromes of BVD

Bovine Virus Diarrhea (BVD) is one of the most significant viral infections of cattle. BVD was first recognized as a disease syndrome in 1946. Today, 70 to 90 percent of the world's cattle population is seropositive for BVD. FULL STORY »

How do I protect my cattle from BVD

Bovine viral diarrhea (BVD) is one of the most complex diseases of cattle. Prevention is based on four steps. FULL STORY »

CattleSense: Healthy herd habits

It goes without saying that cattlemen care about the health of their herds. FULL STORY »

Bovine viral diarrhea virus: Is my herd at risk? - Part 2

Last month we reviewed the BVD virus, its clinical symptoms and its devastating effects on productivity. This month we will assess the risk to your herd, diagnosing this disease, setting goals to control the disease and choosing the right tools to meet these goals. FULL STORY »

Vaccinate calves against respiratory diseases

Cattle producers preparing to work spring-born calves should be taking steps now to protect their animals from the respiratory diseases, infectious bovine rhinotracheitis and bovine viral diarrhea virus. FULL STORY »

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