Industry News

USDA approves six VaxLiant adjuvants for cattle, swine vaccines

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved the safety of six ready-to-use adjuvants from VaxLiant that can be added to vaccines to help improve the resulting immune response in cattle and swine. The approval includes a 21-day withdrawal period for these ENABL adjuvants when included in vaccines administered either subcutaneously (SQ) or intramuscularly (IM). FULL STORY »

Watch for illegally compounded animal drugs

In the wake of recent horse deaths following treatment with compounded drugs, the Animal Health Institute (AHI) is warning veterinarians to avoid these products and be cognizant of the risks and potential liability they present. FULL STORY »

Cattle health during the dog days of summer: Pinkeye

Pinkeye in cattle is most commonly caused by the Moraxella bovis (M. bovis) bacteria, but there are other species like M. bovis’ younger sister, Moraxella bovoculi, that can come into play – and they’re not all covered by the same treatments. FULL STORY »

Step up warm weather calf management

Rising temperatures bring challenges and opportunities. FULL STORY »

Naturally improve rumen development in Holstein calves

Study measures rumen development in pre-weaned dairy calves when given an oral drench of Megasphaera elsdenii FULL STORY »

APHIS VS announces two director positions

APHIS invites qualified professionals to apply for director positions with the The National Veterinary Services Laboratories and Center for Veterinary Biologics. FULL STORY »

Arm & Hammer to share study results at ADSA meeting

Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition will be sharing some exciting new research at the 2014 American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting, July 20 – 24, in Kansas City, Missouri. Of particular interest are several studies, and their short summaries, listed below. Click on the abstract number to access more information; once on the page, scroll to the desired abstract. FULL STORY »

Nebraska study finds no ill effects from Zilmax

The cattle feed additive Zilmax has no noticeable detrimental effect on cattle health or well-being, according to research by scientists from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service. FULL STORY »

How to fix U.S. biosecurity leaks? Close some labs

In the wake of disclosures that top government labs mishandled anthrax, smallpox and avian flu, U.S. health authorities are considering the once unthinkable: cutting the burgeoning number of labs working with the planet's most dangerous microbes. FULL STORY »

6 Gizmos to remove calf-raising Guesswork

Focusing on our goals is the best way to achieve them. For most calf raisers, the goals are to keep calves alive, healthy, and growing. FULL STORY »

You cannot bleach your way to clean

I just had yet another question about the concentration of a chlorine bleach solution to use soaking calf feeding equipment. The assumption is that if the one uses the proper concentration of the active ingredient somehow the tube feeders and bottles will become clean. All the bacteria will be gone. FULL STORY »

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