From the October issue: With big changes to rules governing antibiotic use in animal agriculture pending at the end of this year, producer opinions range from cautious support to skeptical opposition, with some producer
The FDA announced this week that it has requested that animal drug companies voluntarily revise the labels of drugs intended to treat internal parasites in livestock to add information about antiparasitic resistance.
The USDA’s Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) rules, in place since 2013, have limited scope and a fairly low level of recognition, but ongoing discussions could lead to gradual expansion of the program.
The clock is ticking for livestock producers as new Food and Drug Administration rules go into effect in December governing all feed-grade and water-soluble antibiotics that are considered medically important.
Little to no runoff from snow or spring rain along with hot, dry, windy conditions have led to an early detection of poor quality livestock water in Western South Dakota. Livestock water samples from Northwestern South
When it comes to counteroffers from a candidate to whom you have extended an offer, proceed with caution. It is best to plan for the possibility of your offer being countered so you can respond quickly with a prepared r
In an ongoing series, Marilyn Corbin, DVM, PhD and Elanco technical consultant explains the conditions for use of FDA’s recent approval of Pulmotil (tilmicosin). Part one of the series focused on the veterinarian’s