Indiana farmer survives 12 days of fever, pneumonia, and dehydration due to COVID-19 and he warns others that the fragile and frail aren't the only people at risk.
While the cattle industry continues to refine preventive measures, treatments and overall management, feedlot morbidity, mortality and costs associated with bovine respiratory disease (BRD) stubbornly refuse to improve.
Eggs are about to get more expensive, as California moves to make sure hen houses are roomy enough to allow the birds to lay down, stand up, extend their wings and dance around.
Feeder cattle hits 3-month bottom and hog futures lowest in 3-1/2 months.
Metaphylaxis remains a cost-effective tool for managing high-risk arrivals, but refinements could reduce the number of antibiotic treatments.
Animal welfare, sustainability and economics are affected when beef cattle suffer from bovine respiratory disease, or BRD.
It is imperative that the landlord and tenant talk about any remedies to the lease prior to the start of the grazing season.