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Find information about vaccination protocols, disease control, biosecurity, and working with your veterinarian on antibiotic treatment.

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Tips to fighting parasite infection in bovines

Living just a couple of hours’ drive from the Mexican border, Joe Paschal enjoys the balmy weather of mid-January in southern Texas.

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As many horse owners know, mid-winter brings snow and other forms of precipitation that often continue through the spring – and that can mean wet, muddy conditions for our equine companions.

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Most cattle producers are well aware of the value and importance of assuring that newborn calves receive colostrum soon after they are born.

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When a calf hits the ground, there are already hundreds of dollars invested. It just makes sense to protect that investment.

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Spring calving season is just around the corner, so it’s not too early to start preparing. “Instruments used in handling calving problems should be in good repair, clean and sterile,” says Floron Faries, DVM, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

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With calving season upon us for the spring-calving operations, producers, ranchers, cowboys and veterinarians are all on alert. Things can go wrong, and no one wants to risk losing the calf, the dam or in the worst scenario, both.

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