By: Jill J. Dunkel
Deworming is typically part of spring works, but one veterinarian says it’s just as important to also deworm in the fall. It’s simple economics going into winter – do you want to buy feed for your… Continue reading
By: Terri Queck-Matzie
Internal parasite control in cattle requires timing, planning and persistence. Deworming must be done often enough to control pests and reduce the economic impact of infestation, yet not too often, lest cattle develop anthelmintic (dewormer) resistance.
There… Continue reading
Liver flukes are a devastating cattle parasite in many parts of the United States, with significant focus in the Gulf… Continue reading
Planning for parasite protection should be top of mind for cow/calf producers before branding and spring turnout each year. Parasites can leave a path of destruction on any herd, but controlling them is as simple as knowing a few key… Continue reading