Late fall is a good time to start evaluating the disease status in cattle.
With summer heat kicking in anaplasmosis is top of mind for cow-calf producers across the country. The same could be said for attendees at Drovers Cow-Calf Cowboy College in Springfield, Mo. where many questions were fi
Cases of anaplasmosis increase in late summer and fall as insect vectors increase, reports an Iowa State veterinarian.
Cow-calf producers should closely monitor animal mineral consumption.
After a high number of anaplasmosis outbreaks across the country this fall, it's time for producers to put together a plan of action for the upcoming year.
Anaplasmosis and pinkeye can negatively impact the health, performance, and profit potential of the cattle operation. These control measures can help.
Anaplasmosis has reached critical status with higher infection rates. Currently, there is only one vaccine available for the disease,
The Anaplasma marginale pathogen presents diagnostic challenges in the field and in the laboratory.