Briefing Room

  • Oct 9, 2014
    press release

    Cattle Deworming Easy? Yes!

    It’s a sight every cattle producer loves—green pastures, slick cattle with shiny coats and heads down in the green grass. But that green grass can harbor the larvae of internal parasites. And tghat means deworming your cattle is a management necessity....More
  • Oct 9, 2014
    press release

    Do Extended-Release Dewormers Have Resistance Concerns?

    Over the past several years, veterinarians and parasitologists have raised concerns about the potential for internal cattle parasites to develop resistance to deworming products. At the same time, it’s long been known that cattle deworming is a management practice that can pay a producer back in terms of cattle performance. That produces a conundrum; to deworm or not to deworm. Fortunately, it’s not an either-or proposition....More
  • Oct 7, 2014
    press release

    Ridley Block Offers Supplement Intake Calculator App

    Often, estimating how much supplement your livestock are consuming daily is a guessing game at best and a shot in the dark at worst.  Now there’s an app for that....More
  • Oct 7, 2014
    press release

    Take A Meat Label Virtual Tour

    In the meat processing and retail end of the beef marketing chain, time is money and timing is everything. Keeping the meat case fresh and relevant for consumers takes constant diligence. However, have you ever considered the label on that package of steaks? Making sure that information is accurate, clear and concise is central to the meat shopping and buying experience....More
  • Oct 6, 2014
    press release

    New Thinking Brings New Solutions To Age-Old Employee Management Issues

    It’s an age-old workplace headache that if left unsolved, becomes a workplace heartache—how managers and employees communicate. Just because you understood what you told your employees doesn’t mean they do. That’s especially true when different generations attempt to communicate....More
  • Oct 6, 2014
    press release

    Patience Pays When Feeding New-Crop Corn Silage

    For cattle feeders, there were presents to open than just those stuffed under the tree at Christmas. For years, nutritionists recommended waiting until the end of the year before cracking open the supply of new-crop silage and feeding it. Turns out there’s plenty of good reasons for that recommendation, according to Dupont-Pioneer....More
  • Sep 26, 2014
    press release

    Vet Students Get A Boost From AABP-Zoetis Scholarship Program

    It’s a collaboration designed to pay dividends. But for 15 large animal veterinary students, on top of more than 100 of their predecessors, those dividends will double down. That’s because the scholarships these vet students received not only help with the expense of vet school, but they help livestock producers nationwide by ensuring that veterinary care for their animals will be ongoing....More
  • Sep 24, 2014
    press release

    FFA, AABP, AAEP Benefit From Zoetis Support

    $1.3 million. That’s how much money three organizations will divvy up thanks to the Zoetis Industry Support Program, which provides support and resources for agriculture’s future leaders....More
  • Sep 24, 2014
    press release

    Find BRD Fast; Help Stockers Reach Their Potential

    When bovine respiratory disease (BRD) strikes, time is of the essence. That’s because the disease complex can move quickly, knocking cattle back hard and knocking a hole in your wallet. And not only does BRD hit you and your cattle hard up-front, but it can have long-term effects on performance and gain throughout an animal’s lifetime....More
  • Sep 23, 2014
    press release

    BRD Costs Time, Money, Missed Shipping Opportunities

    Bryan Linn knows how to make sure his stocker calves don’t gain weight and miss the ship date to the feedyard. It’s easy, he says—just don’t control bovine respiratory disease (BRD) when they arrive at the ranch. However, since the Verden, OK, stocker operator works real hard at making sure his calves gain weight and punch their bus ticket at the end of the stocker period, he works very hard at keeping BRD under control....More

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