Strategic deworming can pad producer profits, improve herd health

Regardless of one’s location throughout the United States, a common goal among all cow-calf producers is wean a healthy calf crop each year. An important step in that process is controlling internal parasites throughout the herd. FULL STORY »

Cattle Health: Anaplasmosis

Anaplasmosis is an infectious disease in cattle that infects red blood cells. It is transmitted from animal to animal by biting flies ticks and contaminated needles or surgical instruments. FULL STORY »

Herd health: Vaccinations for the cow-calf operation

One of the most common questions in cow/calf production is what vaccines are necessary on an annual basis to keep the herd healthy. 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 »

Cattle management: October timely tips

Check these cattle management tips for your herd as the fall season approaches. FULL STORY »

Innovacyn launches new line of infection-fighting products

Innovacyn Inc. announced the launch of three Vetericyn® products designed to meet the specific needs of the livestock market including dairy animals, beef cattle and swine. FULL STORY »

Deworming spring-born calves (audio)

It's important to deworm spring-born calves even though producers don't like working cattle in the heat and humidity. Kevin Laurent, Extension Beef Cattle Associate, discusses how to cope with the weather and the importance of deworming. FULL STORY »

Trichomoniasis in cattle

Trichomoniasis, commonly referred to as “trich,” is a venereal disease of cattle caused by a protozoa organism, Tritrichomonas foetus. FULL STORY »

Refining mastitis treatment decisions

Use diagnostics and cow history to help guide treatment decisions for those animals that will benefit. FULL STORY »

BRD Treatment and CPPS

The Mycoplasma bovis bacterium is involved in bovine respiratory disease complex (BRD) and plays a role in chronic pneumonia and polyarthritis syndrome (CPPS). This disease is responsible for 25-40% of feedlot calf mortality and has surpassed shipping fever as the leading cause of death loss in high-risk fall-placed feedlot calves in Canada. FULL STORY »

Targeting Mastitis Treatment For Better Outcomes

Several factors play into the choices you make for mastitis treatment FULL STORY »

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