By : Steve Boyles, OSU Beef Extension Specialist
There are Key Practices to Develop a herd health plan that conforms to good veterinary and husbandry practices:
- Provide disease prevention practices to protect herd health including access to veterinary medical care.… Continue reading
By: Natalie Jones
A study by Gordon Carstens’ team at Texas A&M University with… Continue reading
Trichomoniasis, more commonly known as “trich,” is a highly contagious venereal disease that can wreck a herd’s reproductive efficiency. A sound preventive program will help avoid abortions and ongoing losses at a time when every calf is vital to the… Continue reading
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: Kylee Kohls
There’s a cause and a consequence for everything.
You can see it in cow herds just before and after calving, says Allison Meyer, animal scientist at the University of Missouri.
The 5.5% of calf deaths in the… Continue reading