Spotlight: Controlling Bovine Viral Diarrhea. Industry experts share updated medical practices, current technology and advice to effectively manage BVDV.
Among the most insidious pathogens affecting cattle, the bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDv) stands out.
Winning the battle against a common respiratory condition in calves might be as simple as lessening the exposure risk to animals infected with another costly disease. Find out how
Rift Valley fever virus is a global health concern that is caused by infected mosquitos and the handling of infected animal carcasses.
Many diseases that occur in the cow-herd are purchased--meaning many diseases enter the herd through purchased cows, heifers, and bulls.
National study will reveal trends in cow-calf production and identify changes since the last cow-calf study in 2007.
Type 1b has emerged as the most prevalent subgenotype of BVDV in the United States, accounting for roughly 70% of reported cases.
Farm biosecurity best management practices is an integral part of controlling not only BVD, but any disease that can enter your farm through foreign sources. Biosecurity is the cheapest and most effective method of dise