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.
Rift Valley fever virus is a global health concern that is caused by infected mosquitos and the handling of infected animal carcasses.
Anaplasmosis is primarily spread via insects, veterinarians say, but producer unawareness and mismanagement are increasingly contributing factors.
Think you don’t need to worry about deer getting into farm feed this summer? Think again! The risk is high, especially at this time of year.
New study targets bovine anaplasmosis, a major disease in cattle.
Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), a mosquito-borne virus, most years presents a serious disease challenge to horses and other equines during the summer and fall months.
Numerous controlled and blinded trials have shown that in high-risk calves arriving at feedlots or stocker operations, mass treatment with an antibiotic significantly reduces BRD sick pulls and mortality.