The U.S. can benefit from the misfortunes of other countries as they have dealt with foot and mouth disease. By analyzing what went right and what went wrong, U.S. animal health officials can better plan, prepare and train for a possible outbreak here.
Lots of good cattlemen believe there’s a trend taking place – that there’s something we’re doing from either a management or genetic standpoint that is increasing the health risk and susceptibility of larger-weight feedlot animals. Is it true? BEEF discusses....More
Foot rot often shows up in the summer months, especially if cattle are standing in wet areas. Here are five tips that explain the cause, transmission, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of foot rot....More