Animal health concerns following October blizzard

This weekend’s blizzard in western South Dakota created deadly conditions for cattle in affected areas. Reports of cow and calf death losses, along with displacements of herds due to drifting over of fencelines are still coming in. FULL STORY »

Poor temperament adversely affects cattle profit

October is a traditional weaning and culling time for spring-calving herds. This is a time when producers decide which cows no longer are helpful to the operation and which heifer calves will be kept for future replacements. FULL STORY »

What if we could see germs?

Protecting animals from disease pathogens (germs) requires that we look beyond what we can see. FULL STORY »

Jolley: Dr. Nevil Speer & the future of antibiotics in animal ag

Concerned about the growing debate about what some call the egregious misuse of antibiotics in animal agriculture? You should be. The outcome could take the sensible use of important medicines out of your hands. FULL STORY »

Anaplasmosis prevention, an all season program

Many Oklahoma beef producers associate anaplasmosis with horse flies, and keep up a prevention program only during the fly season. FULL STORY »

Manage calves to reduce stress at weaning, improve performance

This is the time of year when many cow-calf producers are weaning calves. The following are some important factors and strategies to remember when planning to wean calves. FULL STORY »

Starting calves right: Handle with care

September is the beginning of the traditional fall calf run. Over the course of the next three to four months the majority of the spring born calves will be weaned, moved through market channels, received at a feedlot, backgrounder or stocker operation, and perhaps started on feed. FULL STORY »

Protect newborn calves from flies during fall calving

Recent heat and humidity have brought flies strikes back to serious levels. Special observation of newborn calves is critical. FULL STORY »

Cow-calf corner: Fence-line weaning spring calves Play video

Glenn Selk discusses early fence-line weaning of spring calves. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: 1 percent is good money spent to protect calves

Cost versus income always is key, but cost versus prevention also is important. FULL STORY »

Forum presents investors with emerging animal health technology

The KC Animal Health Investment Forum gathered investors earlier this week to observe 13 presenting companies and encourage the development of new animal health technologies. FULL STORY »

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