Bovine Veterinarian
Saturday, September 28, 2013 | Web Version
Beef and dairy veterinarians receive top honors at AABP
TAHC adopts rules for animal disease traceability and brucellosis
The evolution of bovine veterinarian practice
Risk factors for pre-weaning BRD
Merck Animal Health recognizes Dr. Robert BonDurant
Zoetis, AABP award scholarships to 15 vet students
USDA works to protect livestock from foreign animal disease
Zinpro Corporation introduces Step-Up Management Program
Six tips for sanitation to boost calf health
Anaplasmosis prevention, an all season program
AABP logo Beef and dairy veterinarians receive top honors at AABP
The highly coveted Bovine Practitioner of the Year award from the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) was given to Dr. Tom Latta of Spearman, Texas, at the 2013 AABP Annual Conference in Milwaukee, Wis. last week. Read More
TAHC adopts rules for animal disease traceability and brucellosis
The Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) adopted rules during the September 10, Commission meeting. The following rules will go into effect on Monday, October 7, 2013. Read More
The evolution of bovine veterinarian practice
At the AABP conference, Zoetis technical services veterinarian Vic Cortese discusses the need for veterinarians to extend their services to address various management issues within beef and dairy operations. Watch Video
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Cow calf Risk factors for pre-weaning BRD
In an earlier article, we outlined some of the challenges associated with pre-weaning bovine respiratory disease (BRD) in beef calves. This article will describe some of the risk factors associated with pre-weaning BRD based on presentations from veterinarians at the 2013 American Association of Bovine Practitioners conference. Read More
Complete the protocol to help ensure a complete treatment
Following and completing treatment protocols ensures dairy wellness by helping protect the health of the animal, your dairy and the milk and meat you provide. Use this bilingual poster to help employees understand and follow treatment protocols. Find more tips at AvoidResidues.com.
 
Merck Animal Health recognizes Dr. Robert BonDurant
In recognition of his commitment to the animal health industry and inspiring students and others in veterinary medicine, Merck Animal Health and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) presented Robert H. BonDurant, D.V.M., with the Mentor of the Year Award at the recent AABP Annual Conference. Read More
Zoetis, AABP award scholarships to 15 vet students
For the fifth year, Zoetis and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Foundation have collaborated to provide financial support to veterinary students pursuing careers in large-animal veterinarian medicine. Read More
 
Ad Digital vs. Electronic Documentation
A recent Technical Bulletin, written by T.S. Gatz, highlighted the importance of searchable, digital documents in the animal health industry. The tech bulletin explained the importance of digital documents opposed to electronic documents, stating some major benefits of using digital documentation are security, ability to search and cost savings. Learn More.
USDA USDA works to protect livestock from foreign animal disease
On an island off the northeastern tip of Long Island, N.Y., U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists are doing their part to safeguard the U.S. food supply. Read More
Zinpro Corporation introduces Step-Up Management Program
Zinpro Corporation recently announced the establishment of the Step-Up™ Management Program for the beef cattle industry. Read More
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Six tips for sanitation to boost calf health
Navel dipped — check; colostrum fed — check; hut or pen cleaned between calves and feeding equipment sanitized between feedings — check and check. Calf raisers take many steps to prevent their calves from getting sick. But despite taking these preventative measures, one of the first frustrations heard when doing a walk-through of calf facilities is that calves are still getting scours between 7 to 10 days of age. This is according to Devin Hyde, a calf and heifer specialist for Purina Animal Nutrition located in Minnesota. Read More
Anaplasmosis prevention, an all season program
Many Oklahoma beef producers associate anaplasmosis with horse flies, and keep up a prevention program only during the fly season. Read More
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