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Winter Feeding Strategies for Beef Cows

Feeding in the winter is different than other times of the year. Read tips to keep your cows in top body condition through the harsh winter months.

Ask the Quality Silage Experts: Winter Feeding Rates

Should I change my silage feeding rate during winter?

IS YOUR DEWORMING PROGRAM WORKING?

There are three classes of dewormers approved for use in U.S. cattle – benzimidazoles, endectocides or macrocyclic lactones, and imidazothiazoles. The two most commonly-used are endectocides and benzimidazoles.

GO TO THE HEAD OF THE CLASS – OF DEWORMERS.

When two dewormers are better than one.

With the direct contact method, a susceptible animal becomes exposed through physical contact when the agent from an infected animal or the environment enters open wounds, mucous membranes, or the skin through blood, saliva, nose-to-nose, rubbing, or biting another animal.
Clinical Refresher: The Five Routes of Disease Transmission

Concerns about COVID-19 have people worried about the health and safety of their families, businesses and livestock. Here’s a recap of the methods in which disease is spread.

We asked veterinarians for their thoughts on the key challenges and opportunities for success during the decade of the 2020s.
Veterinarians Weigh in on Trends, Expectations for the 2020s

Part 1: Client Services and Communications