Diseases

Anaplasmosis in cattle – A problem for the fall season

Summer has ended and fall is here, which means it is time for cattlemen to watch their herds for signs of anaplasmosis. This disease, which appears most often in the fall months, can be devastating to some herds if not treated properly or in a timely manner. FULL STORY »

How good are we at detecting bovine respiratory disease cases?

Of all the different illnesses that can affect cattle, one syndrome far and away outdoes the others: bovine respiratory disease (BRD). FULL STORY »

Don’t get caught by surprise

It is easy to be taken by surprise by anaplasmosis. Although the problem can occur any time, it is usually most prevalent in the mid to late summer. FULL STORY »

Disease issues challenge summer fun

Cattle producers need to be vigilant this summer to prevent disease in the cow herd this summer. Here are three specific health conditions to be aware of during these next few months. FULL STORY »

Anaplasmosis may be more common, widespread this year

An abundance of insects borne by an early spring could mean an earlier-than-normal occurrence of a sometimes fatal cattle disease called anaplasmosis, said Tom Troxel, associate head-animal science for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. FULL STORY »

Dealing with a common disease in cattle- pinkeye

When talking with cow/calf producers in South Dakota many would agree that they typically see cases of pinkeye every year to some extent. FULL STORY »

TB incident should remind cattlemen: Biosecurity is not optional

Biosecurity and its role in the swine industry, has always been a mandatory practice while some of its importance to the beef industry in recent years has diminished. FULL STORY »

Trichomoniasis cases continue to rise in Arkansas

A total of 97 cases of Trichomoniasis were reported in Arkansas during 2011. FULL STORY »

Michigan groups join to protect cattle from TB

A group of government and university groups collaborated in a $3.6 million project to protect cattle from bovine tuberculosis in high-risk areas. FULL STORY »

New edition of Johne’s disease handbooks available

Beef producers and their veterinarians who want to help prevent or control Johne’s disease in their herds often ask where they should start with the process. FULL STORY »

Preventing coccidiosis from taking hold of calves this fall

K-State veterinarian Gregg Hanzlicek talks about a disease which frequently afflicts weaned beef calves, coccidiosis, and the preventative steps producers should take to keep this from taking hold in calves this fall. FULL STORY »

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