John Maday

Back-to-back BVD

In less than two weeks, cattle producers and veterinarians will have an opportunity to catch up on the most current science and management options for controlling one of the more economically damaging pathogens in cattle, the bovine viral diarrhea (BVD) virus. FULL STORY »

FDA plans webinar on antiparasitic resistance

Emerging resistance to dewormers among internal parasites is a global problem in sheep, goats and other livestock that is now beginning to affect cattle production in North America. FULL STORY »

Animal Connections Play video

At the AABP trade show, attendees got to tour “Animal Connections,” a mobile exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution and the AVMA, with sponsorship from Zoetis. FULL STORY »

They want data on GMOs? Here’s some data

Opponents of genetically engineered (GE) crops routinely argue there is a lack of evidence regarding their safety for use in food or animal feed. FULL STORY »

Hall of Fame honors Dr. Bechtol Play video

During the recent AABP conference, the Cattle Production Veterinarian Hall of Fame honored David Bechtol, DVM, as this year’s beef inductee. FULL STORY »

Resources for estrus synch and AI

Reproduction is the single-most important factor in profitability in cow-calf herds, says University of Nebraska animal scientist and beef reproduction specialist Rick Funston, PhD. And in today’s market, a high calving percentage, and a high percentage of calves born early in the calving season, add more than ever to a rancher’s bottom line. FULL STORY »

BRD: Back to basics

Long-term cattle health, performance and value begin at the ranch. FULL STORY »

Hall of Fame honors pioneering bovine veterinarians

The Cattle Production Veterinarian Hall of Fame added two prominent and influential veterinarians to its prestigious list of inductees during the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) annual conference last week. FULL STORY »

Dr. Noffsinger and the Whisper stethoscope Play video

The Whisper electronic stethoscope provides objective interpretation of cattle lung sounds, potentially improving BRD case definition and treatment decisions. FULL STORY »

FDA offers resources on conditional drug approvals

Under the Minor Use and Minor Species Animal Health Act, which was passed in 2004, the FDA has options for “conditional approvals” of some drugs. These conditional approvals can come into play to help drug sponsors and veterinarians provide treatments for minor species, or for small numbers of major species in the case of uncommon diseases. FULL STORY »

Missouri right-to-farm vote withstands recount

Missouri’s “right-to-farm” statewide amendment, which voters approved by a narrow margin in an August primary election, has again come out ahead in a recount, according to news reports. FULL STORY »

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