Dairy Week will feature Q&As with farmers, vets, nutritionists and analysts and much more. The FREE webinar: Salmonella: A Look at Prevalence, Prevention & Treatment Protocols, is eligible for one hour of CE.
Research shows it is not possible to eliminate the possibility of a calf becoming infected with Salmonella by good management and hygiene during or after the calving process, as it may have been infected in utero.
Farm Journal has put together an exciting, FREE program with educational and networking opportunities for dairy industry members—including bovine veterinarians. We’re calling it Dairy Week, and it’s coming to you in a virtual format from September 28 through October 3.
Setting young calves up for success from day one is easier when following trusted protocols. Industry experts share what works for them to save you time and expense in creating your own recipe for calf health.
Developed over the last year and a half by the AVMA Committee on Antimicrobials and other volunteers – a group of nearly 50 microbiologists, epidemiologists and species experts – the report examines pathogens of concern and outlines actions veterinarians and their teams, producers, breeders and animal owners can take to slow and limit the emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance through stewardship.
Beef cattle are still highly valued in the feedyard, but increasingly, so are dairy. They make up well over 10% of the United States’ total fed beef supply and produce about one-third of the nation’s total supply of Prime-grade beef.