State officials are reminding Nebraska ranchers and feedlot operators about new rules requiring them to report certain cattle illnesses shortly after they're found.
The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) adopted new rules during a recent meeting at its headquarters in Austin.
If we have a return to late summer high temperatures, a late heat wave may reduce bull fertility for several weeks after the weather has moderated.
Two bulls in a South Dakota beef cattle herd have tested positive for bovine trichomoniasis, also known as trich, a disease that can be economically devastating to cattle producers.
A critical component of reproductive success is having sound, highly fertile bulls.