Let’s get right to it. According to Merck Animal Health research conducted in 2021 by Farm Journal, 73% of beef producers who vaccinated against pinkeye reported a positive return on investment (ROI).
It’s never too early, and certainly not too late, to develop a plan to address bovine pinkeye. But where do you start?
Bovine pinkeye. It seems to happen every summer. Even though it may look the same in different animals, potential causes and opinions on what vaccines are most effective vary.
An little protection can outweigh a lot of cure
Leaving out just 1 of these prevention measures can be costly.
Infectious Bovine Keratoconjunctivitis (IBK), also known as pinkeye, is a complicated and costly disease for beef and dairy producers
Advanced Animal Diagnostics’ QScout® BLD is a rapid, on-farm diagnostics tool providing livestock producers with the information they need to make informed management and treatment decisions.
2021 marks the 30th anniversary of Revalor®-S. Hear Dr. Marshall Streeter and Dr. Wade Nichols of the Merck Animal Health nutritionist team speak during this 1-hour webinar.
Dr. Todd Bilby, associate director of ruminant technical services for Merck Animal Health, will share how to get more cows bred in the first 21 days, why it matters and how to improve those numbers.
You’ll hear from three veterinarians who have contributed to successful pinkeye control strategies on dairy and beef operations throughout the U.S.