Anaplasmosis is primarily spread via insects, veterinarians say, but producer unawareness and mismanagement are increasingly contributing factors.
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
Anaplasmosis has reached critical status with higher infection rates. Currently, there is only one vaccine available for the disease,
Veterinarians and producers in western states should be on the lookout for signs of vesicular stomatitis (VS), which in recent years has been reported in states across the western United States.
Cases of anaplasmosis increase in late summer and fall as insect vectors increase, reports an Iowa State veterinarian.
Florida mosquitoes that can carry Zika virus and other diseases are showing resistance to pyrethroid—a common group of insecticides used to treat them—according to a new study by USDA scientists.
Record-high feed prices will stick around most of this year, which will continue to put the squeeze on an already suffering livestock industry.
Part 1: Veterinarians outline the most common questions, challenges or sources of confusion among their clients.