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  • Mar 10, 2014

    College Student Takes BEEF Editor To Task Over Antibiotic Resistance Article 62

    The issue of antibiotic resistant pathogens is emotional, and particularly so when antibiotic use in animal agriculture is implicated. Antibiotic resistance is exceptionally complex; not only is it not fully understood, it’s difficult to report about. One college student, however, takes a BEEF editor to task over how the magazine handled the antibiotic resistance issue....More
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    Nov 27, 2013

    10 Years After The Cow That Stole Christmas

    Ten years after its first BSE case, the U.S. continues to battle to regain pre-BSE market access....More
  • Apr 28, 2013

    What You Need To Know About Foot & Mouth Disease

    The U.S. has robust safeguards against the incursion of foreign animal diseases and they have been very effective. Annette Jones, California state veterinarian, explains why foot and mouth disease needs to be on your radar....More
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    Aug 16, 2012

    Watch Out For Toxic Algae Blooms In Stock Ponds 4

    Your veterinarian can help you find more resources on this potential threat to your herd, including getting in touch with a toxicologist to aid in evaluating blooms....More
  • Apr 26, 2012

    A Fourth Case of BSE – Ho Hum?

    With Japan and South Korea weighing a loosening of age restrictions on U.S. beef imports, the cattle market recovering from the media flurry over lean finely textured beef, and the summer grilling season upon us, came the Tuesday revelation by USDA of a BSE-infected dairy cow in California. Just three days later, an effective reaction by government and industry appears to have greatly mitigated the negative effects of the news....More

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