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Vaccinations meant for animals shouldn’t be touching human skin
Livestock will need a vaccine or other medications at some point in their life, and some producers do the injecting themselves rather than hiring a veterinarian. It may save time and money, but it...
Learn about swine biosecurity and disease transmission and prevention for show pigs.
Vaccinations, deworming, and a check of the horse's overall condition is important as we go into the warmer months
As the weather warms up you’re probably planning how you’re going to condition and use your horses. We’re also not too far away from mosquito season and the diseases they can...
Create a low-stress weaning program for your calves.
It's always best to be cautious and keep children and pets away from wild animals, especially those that don't run away when approached.
Living in the country means sooner or later a sick wild animal will turn up in your yard. Perhaps it will be a listless raccoon that wobbles on unsteady thin legs and, when confronted, offers little...
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Q: How many acres do you need for a cow and calf? A: The acreage required for a cow-calf pair will depend on several things: mainly soil fertility, pasture quality and how much rain you get in...
Vaccinate new calves to give them the best chance at avoiding disease in the future.
Vaccinating calves If you have new calves prancing around the pasture, they'll need to be vaccinated soon. This is your chance to influence how they respond to disease in the future. Radio...
Be sure to stay up-to-date on the latest vaccine information and talk to your veterinarian.
Radio interview source: Dr. Michael Moore, Veterinarian, Novartis Animal Health Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below As veterinary technology continues to improve, so do vaccines....
It's important to vaccinate your horses to keep them healthy. Be sure to maintain their immune systems with regular boosters. Radio interview source: Dr. Wendy Vaala, Veterinarian, Intervet/...
Newborn foals are usually protected from disease from their mother's milk. As they get older, it's up to you to protect them with a regular vaccination program. Protecting your foal from...