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Protect livestock from sweet clover disease

Improperly curing hay made from certain sweet clover varieties such as white and yellow sweet clover can cause severe and often fatal hemorrhages in livestock such as cattle, sheep and goats. FULL STORY »

New antibiotics regulations for beef cattle producers 

K-State veterinarian, Mike Apley, talks about beef producer adjustments to the phase-out of antibiotic use for cattle growth, and the concern that regulations could further restrict the use of antibiotics for preventative and therapeutic purposes. FULL STORY »

Colostrum – baby’s first defense

“Whether you’re in a fall or spring calving herd, making sure newborn calves receive colostrum is absolutely essential,” says University of Nebraska-Lincoln Professor and Extension Beef Specialist Rick Rasby. FULL STORY »

USDA seeking feedback on animal disease reporting, response

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Veterinary Services wants feedback on plans to update the way it reports and responds to certain animal diseases. FULL STORY »

Calving cows will need more nutrients than regrowing pastures

Cooler weather and a resurgence in rain will be sparking regrowth in fescue pastures, but ranchers with fall calving cows may need more than grass to maintain good body condition for cows, said Tom Troxel, associate head-Animal Science, for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. FULL STORY »

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