Malignant Lymphosarcoma is the most common neoplastic (cancerous) disease identified in cattle slaughtered in the United States and largest single reason cattle are condemned during postmortem inspection.
The use of pneumatic darts for remote drug delivery (RDD) has become increasingly popular as a tool for treating sick cattle in the field, particularly in remote or inaccessible pastures where it is difficult or risky t
When veterinary students from around the country assembled at Ohio State University for the 2016 Food Animal Medicine Student Symposium, one of the initial sessions covered bovine pulmonary hypertension (BPH), also know
The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) awarded a $50,000 grant to Elm Innovations and the University of California, Davis to investigate the potential for mitigating methane emissions from dairy cattle.
Brandi, of Buzzard۪s Beat and a Masters of Beef Advocacy graduate, shares her list of 8 must-haves for a rancher۪s toolbox, emphasizing some of the intangible items like passion, stewardship and patience.
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Researchers at the University of Nottingham in England have developed a blood test that can quickly detect Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex bacteria (MTC) in cattle. The test, according to the researchers, can detect
A team of researchers led by Nicholas Haley, DVM, PhD, at Kansas State University, have made significant progress in developing a new live-animal test for chronic wasting disease, or CWD. In recent years, CWD, which aff
The launch of the Food and Drug Administration۪s pilot testing program for tetracycline of one of every 15 milk tankers July 1 means dairy farmers and their hoof trimmers will need to religiously follow treatment proto