Give and take on antibiotic resistance Play video

At the NIAA conference on antibiotic resistance, Kansas State University veterinarian Mike Apley, DVM, PhD, discusses the complexity of the resistance issue. FULL STORY »

Beef specialist offers tips for winterizing cattle operations

November is a good time for beef producers to assess their pastures and facilities and take care of some routine tasks to prepare their cattle operations for winter, a Purdue Extension beef specialist says. FULL STORY »

Protecting cattle against bacterial diseases

Two of the most contagious and costly diseases of cattle—bovine tuberculosis (TB) and Johne's disease—have something in common: Both are caused by mycobacteria. FULL STORY »

Simple steps to up your cow herd's profitability

One particularly useful talk at AABP was a small-group discussion in which 20 of us discussed how we, as herd health DVMs, can help our clients improve herd profitability. FULL STORY »

Prepare for winter weather

It would be only fair to admit that there were no plans to write about preparing for winter weather until the October blizzard that hit South Dakota and surrounding areas. FULL STORY »

K-State expanding program as interest in herd rebuild grows

Interest from producers in growing herd sizes in the years ahead is encouraging Kansas State University and the Kansas Department of Agriculture to expand its Sunflower Supreme program across the state. FULL STORY »

Watching the cattle herd

Close observation of cattle herds is considered good animal husbandry. But just watching cattle is not enough in and of itself. FULL STORY »

Thoughts about blizzard stressed calves

With the early October blizzard and unexpected death loss, producers are forced to manage calves differently than they would traditionally. One of the areas that this is most obvious is weaning. FULL STORY »

Check corn for mycotoxins

The recent cool, wet weather has created concerns about the growth of molds and mycotoxins in corn still out in the field. FULL STORY »

Are you getting your money’s worth?

Do you suffer from sticker shock when you order or pick up the vaccines for your herd health program? FULL STORY »

Johnsongrass and frost can be bad combination for cattle

When the first frost hits, beef producers should be concerned for grazing cattle if the field contains johnsongrass. Cattle may suffer from prussic acid poisoning caused by this grass. FULL STORY »

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