Concurrent metaphylaxis with Aureomycin and Draxxin in high-risk calves has no additive effects on cattle health and performance

A recent study at KansasStateUniversity showed no additive effects of metaphylaxis by using Draxxin concurrentlywith two 5-day periods in which Aureomycin was fed. These data may be beneficial to producers when designing treatment protocols for newly received high-risk stocker calves.

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