Welcome to Our New Website

You’ve already noticed this site looks different, and it is different. This week, our team at Farm Journal Media launches redesigned sites for several of our brands, with a goal of making the sites easier, cleaner and more user friendly, while also adding new functions.

By design, the changes aren’t huge – we wanted to retain consistency and a comfort level for users while making information more accessible. You should find it easier to search the site, find back issues of Bovine Veterinarian magazine and provide feedback.

Also, out team has streamlined the process for integrating content from across Farm Journal brands, meaning the site will capture more information of relevance to veterinarians coming from our family of publications including Farm Journal, Top Producer, Drovers, Dairy Herd Management and others. We hope you find the new design useful. If you have comments or suggestions, please let us know.




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