Latest News From Dan Goehl

Cattle Healthline: Consider Group Marketing to Capture More Value

There are many advantages to be gained by cooperatively feeding and marketing cattle.

9 years ago
Cattle Healthline: Protect the Cowherd

As we begin to vaccinate calves, do not forget to vaccinate adult cattle.

9 years ago
Cattle Healthline: Solve Pinkeye Problems

Pinkeye is a difficult syndrome to tackle. Prevention is key.

9 years ago
Cattle Healthline: Start Your Replacement Heifers Off Right

Weaning is the time to begin the immunization program and determine a nutritional plan.

9 years ago
Cattle Healthline: Prevention Is Worth More than a Pound of Cure

The gold standard prevention measure is to control environmental contamination.

9 years ago
Cattle Healthline: Diagnostic Dilemmas

As we get nearer to spring calving season, our clinic will begin to get calls of aborted fetuses, near-term stillbirths and lost calves. These cases can be frustrating, as often we will not get a definitive diagnosis of what caused the problem. It is important for producers to understand a couple of things when deciding if it is worth the expense and effort to run diagnostic tests on individual ill or dead animals.

10 years ago
Cattle Healthline: It’s Time to Get Out Your Flyswatter

Fly control is one of the summer chores we all dread. It is frustrating, time-consuming and dips into our profits. When dealing with flies on cattle, there are essentially two species involved: horn flies located on the backs of cattle and face flies.

10 years ago
Cattle Healthline: A Veterinary Approach

Veterinarian and Beef Today columnist Dan Goehl answers frequently asked questions relating to cattle health.

10 years ago