Cattle Health: Withdrawal Times Are Critical
Summer often brings a couple cattle health issues that must be treated for the well-being of the animal. Foot rot and pinkeye are both infections that often are responsive to antibiotic therapy. FULL STORY »
What's A Show-Me-Select Heifer?
The name "Show-Me-Select" heifer was introduced to Missouri cattlemen in 1997. It is the name given to beef heifers that are managed from weaning to late second and third stage pregnancy to minimize calving difficulty and set them up to reduce future reproductive losses. FULL STORY »
Bovi-Shield GOLD® FP® 5 L5 HB Now Available In 5-Dose Vial
Pfizer introduces 5-dose vial of vaccine for five major viral pathogens. FULL STORY »
Pfizer: Bovi-Shield GOLD® FP® 5 L5 HB Now Available In 5-Dose Vial
Producers have a new vaccination management option with the introduction of a 5-dose vial for Bovi-Shield GOLD® FP® 5 L5 HB. Pfizer Animal Health now offers the vaccine in convenient 5-, 10- and 50-dose vials.
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Health Guarantees For Feeder Cattle
Many times when cattle change hands there is some expectation of a certification of health regarding the purchased cattle. However, these “guarantees” of health are somewhat ill defined. One of the major questions about health guarantees relates to the sales of feeder cattle. FULL STORY »
Manage New Heifer Calves To Become Top Performing Replacements
Spring calving season is drawing to a close. Hopefully, most cow/calf producers are reaping the rewards of good prebreeding and reproduction management protocols with a healthy calf crop. In addition to representing the future of the herd, this year’s calves should carry the latest improvement in genetic characteristics.
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- Bears made presence felt in the ag markets Thursday afternoon
- Drones draw interest to crop scouting and other new farm uses
- How is antibiotic use going to change under proposals by the FDA
- Commentary: Bashing beef
- 2014 Farm Bill conservation compliance changes
- Ag markets proved surprisingly changeable Thursday morning