Here's an odd holiday for you: April is "Records and Information Management Month." To that end, do you know how important proper record-keeping is on your farm or ranch? We can help with these handy assessments.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is taking a new approach on the judicious use of medically important (to treat human illness) antibiotics in food-animal production. It involves voluntary cooperation by all s
Being a farmer is more than a day job, it's a lifestyle. Early to bed and early to rise, few farmers have the luxury of getting away from the farm for much needed rest and relaxation. Just like farmers, pastures also re
Becoming Beef Quality Assurance (BQA)-certified allows us to share our story and ensure consumers that we are responsibly raising a safe, wholesome, and healthy beef supply. The checkoff's BQA practices show us th
As long as antibiotic use continues in humans or animals, pathogens will develop resistance. But as public pressures to fight the emergence of antibiotic-resistant pathogens and preserve the efficacy of existing product
GlobalVetLINK is hosting a free webinar titled, "Veterinary Feed Directives: Taking Action" on April 19 at 12 p.m. CDT.<p></p>This one-hour session is ideal for veterinarians, feed industry personnel and produ
While often considered a condition of dairy cows, Johne's Disease has increasingly been identified as a concern for beef producers. Animals affected by this disease show signs of diarrhea and progressive weight lo
When it comes to residue prevention, have you considered all potential food sources on your dairy? While milk production is your main food product, followed by market cows, young bull calves that are sent to market shou