Merck Animal Health releases a statement in response to a Texas Tech scientist's article that raises concern over the use of beta agonists in beef cattle.
Effect on U.S. feedlots could be as much as $1.8 billion, report shows.
Preconditioning programs add value to cattle and the value is consistently reflected in premiums for certified preconditioned calves sold under specific programs.
Health of animals consuming genetically engineered feed comparable to non-GE fed livestock.
Merck Animal Health is pleased to announce significant progress in the implementation of its Zilmax Five-Step Plan.
New research into the use of beta agonists released this week raises concerns about the animal health and welfare of feedlot cattle.
For about as long as humans have raised cattle, they have dealt with the complex group of disease issues we now call bovine respiratory disease.
Risk of Antibiotic Resistance