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More than 4,700 veterinary health professionals who have just completed a United Nations training to tackle disease outbreaks are the new front line of defense protecting farm animals against deadly illnesses
Cattlemen work closely with veterinarians when a herd or a member of the herd becomes ill or at times when cattle are susceptible to illness, using precise doses of an antibiotic to prevent, treat or control specific di
These days, long-term viability in animal agriculture requires identifying and capitalizing on efficiencies, while also conserving resources, protecting animal welfare and ensuring food safety and public health.
Dale Grotelueschen, director of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Great Plains Veterinary Education Center received the veterinarian of the year award from the Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association.
We’re now counting the days until the FDA’s new veterinary feed directive (VFD) rules take full effect on January 1. Many producers, and even veterinarians, remain unclear on the details and procedures they will nee