As a service to bovine veterinarians, Dr. Dee Griffin has shared a summary of six practical steps he uses to perform a field necropsy and evaluate the results. He also shares some valuable tips on tools to use.
When calving in early spring with lush pastures we can find mature cows that are in otherwise good condition with unusual behaviors, unsteady gait or inability to rise—early signs of both grass tetany and milk fever.
Construction of the School of Veterinary Medicine is on time and progressing as planned, according to Billy Breedlove, vice chancellor of Facilities Planning and Construction at the Texas Tech University System.
In its continuing commitment to increase transparency, the FDA’ Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) announced this week the availability of data from over 30 years of adverse event reports related to animal drugs and devices used in animals.
The USDA has issued Thermo Fisher Scientific a Veterinary Biological Product License for its Applied Biosystems VetMAX-Gold MAP Detection Kit, a real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based solution designed to detec
Texas A&M AgriLife recently received a substantial monetary boost to bolster its aggressive fight to stem the spread of vector-borne diseases for the public good, said Dr. David Ragsdale, Texas A&M University entomology
A Distinguished Professor at Iowa State University veterinary college has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine for decades of work studying infectious diseases, the academy announced on Monday.
Merial introduces the 2016 LONGRANGE® (eprinomectin) Challenge. Though cattle prices are trending downward, experts say 2016 will still offer good profitability for producers. To help maximize those profits and optim
The Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases (IIAD), a Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Center of Excellence, and the Texas Center for Applied Technology (TCAT), a research center within the Texas
Formed by the Infectious Diseases Society of America, the U.S. Stakeholder Forum on Antimicrobial Resistance (SFAR) now lists over 100 health-related organizations that have joined the partnership. Those groups include