Most pharmaceutical labels recommend storing products at a temperature between 35 degrees and 45 degrees Fahrenheit.
Stepping into a cattle pen, we naturally act the predator, manipulating where animals go. But good handling practices should turn us into leaders, says Kip Lukasiewicz.
Advanced planning with your veterinarian can make the future of your calves and cow herd look even brighter.
A good vaccination program is only as good as the techniques used in each step of administration.
The market reports most producers are familiar with are the daily and weekly market reports for feeder cattle and slaughter cow sales.
Prevention of scours should be at the forefront of all livestock producers thinking this spring.
Check to make sure you are handling, storing and using vaccines properly. Here's a quick tip sheet to make sure you do everything to keep vaccines effective.
When it comes to scour prevention, what we’ve been doing for years — vaccinating cows prior to calving — has not been very successful: rates of neonatal calf scours have shown little improvement.