This Month In Bovine Veterinarian
Harmonization needed in trich rules
During the recent meeting of the U.S. Animal Health Association (USAHA), considerable discussion centered on trichomoniasis and the need for states to move toward more standardization of rules intended to prevent introduction of the disease into cattle herds. Full Story.
A breath of fresh air
Fine-tuning calf-barn ventilation can improve calf comfort and health. Full Story.
Risk factors for BRD in calves
Identify and manage risks from summer pneumonia. Full Story.
Value-added preg checking
Veterinarians can help cow-calf clients increase returns from cull cows, adding value to pregnancy-testing services. Full Story.
Learning and camaraderie in Milwaukee
AABP conference focuses on opportunities in the face of new challenges. Full Story.
Hall of Fame honors pioneering bovine veterinarians
Honorees made lasting contributions to veterinary medicine and the beef and dairy industries. Full Story.
Treating calf scours
A methodical approach to assessing and treating calves can improve outcomes. Full Story.
Consider enterprise analysis
Whether basic or in-depth, enterprise analysis could help you identify profit opportunities. Full Story.
Students network and learn at AABP
Veterinary students attending the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) conference in September enjoyed unique opportunities to learn, network, test their knowledge and develop leadership skills. Full Story.
Bovine pulmonary hypertension: 100 years of heartache
In spite of genetic selection, “high-altitude disease” remains a problem and not just at high altitudes. Full Story.
Transition management of the dairy calf
In the last 10 years there has been a tremendous amount of research centered on the transition period of the dairy cow. Full Story.
Bovine Veterinarian Briefs - November 2013
Briefs from the November 2013 issue of Bovine Veterinarian. Full Story.