Beginning June 11, 2023, over-the-counter livestock antibiotics will require a veterinary prescription. Producers are encouraged to establish a veterinarian-client-patient relationship now.
The Texas A&M AgriLife research could revolutionize antimicrobial treatment in commercial beef production.
Developed by a team of veterinarians, students and regulatory agencies, the app will help rural practitioners evaluate problems in the field and determine whether issues they see are part of a greater pattern.
Bos indicus cattle lag in their reproductive efficiency, something researchers at Texas A&M are trying to help fix with a recent medical breakthrough.
Texas livestock owners must now post signs to get legal protection under the state's Texas Farm Animal Liability Act .
Texas A&M study aims to reduce cattle reproduction failures, economic losses.
As the COVID-19 pandemic brought beef shortages, consumers may have noticed some different cuts of beef when their traditional selections were sold out.