Japan's current crisis with radioactive leaks as a result of a horrendous earthquake, aftershocks and tsunami have not only devastated the human population, but it might also damage current and ongoing food production
With the arrival of spring, thoughts of working cattle begin to stir in most beef cattle producers' minds. However, with the amount of time it takes to round up the herd and the aggravations associated with herd work, t
Tomorrow and Saturday, over 100 of the world's finest Texas Longhorn cattle will file into the Texas Ballroom in the Hyatt Regency North Dallas in Richardson, Texas, for the 2011 Texas Longhorn Legacy Sale VII.
With the acquisition of King Pharmaceuticals by Pfizer, Inc. announced on February 28, Pfizer Animal Health will begin integrating Alpharma, LLC into its existing business, providing customers with a more diversified po
Molecular biologist Susan Noh, at the Agricultural Research Service's Animal Disease Research Unit in Pullman, Washington, is working to develop a vaccine to protect against anaplasmosis, a tick-transmitted disease of c
In an outreach program to provide basic information on veterinary immunology and vaccination to promote animal health, the IICAB at Iowa State University has made its immunology/vaccination course available online.
Raising hogs or milking cows is supposed to be a money making proposition, if everything is working properly. But it seems that taking care of the by-product becomes an environmental expense that not easily resolved.