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It’s never too early to start thinking about your fall deworming strategy. Here’s why you should get a head start for winter success.
Vaccinating a newborn calf doesn’t mean it is immediately protected. Learn about other contributing factors to various diseases and how to prevent infection.
The list of new antibiotics for cattle isn’t growing. From prevention to detection and treatment, learn about the Health for Animals association’s roadmap to keeping cattle healthy.
The beginning of a calf’s life can dramatically impact the future. Use this checklist for moving calves to hutches to improve immune function and minimize disease risks.
A comprehensive IBK management plan is critical prior to pinkeye season to prevent infection in cattle. Learn how to develop an effective plan.
See the results of a trial that tested the economics of increasing days-on-feed and takeaways for your feeding and implant program.
From economic benefits to ease of use, discover five key reasons to implant calves before they head to the feedlot.
Protecting cattle against BRD begins with good animal husbandry practices and a comprehensive vaccine program.
Parasites negatively impact the overall health and performance of cattle. Learn how to deworm beef cattle for maximum efficacy in four key steps.
One of the most effective strategies to improve calves’ health and performance is by implementing preconditioning programs.
This new online tool for dairy herd health management guides producers and their veterinarians to build a customized herd health plan. Discover how it works.
Milk culturing helps identify the causes of clinical mastitis to help you adjust mastitis treatment protocols and improve udder health management.
Learn about the effectiveness of cattle feed dewormers for summer parasite management.
Learn about some of the new products and technologies available today that improve sustainability in the cattle industry.
A new antibiotic that treats BRD, foot rot and pinkeye is now FDA approved. See how it can help treat some of the most common cattle disease challenges.
Preconditioning programs help boost calves’ immune systems and health status. Learn about vaccines that can help maximize your program.
Jordan Matthews, owner and manager at Rosy-Lane, highlights three keys to their success in producing reproductively efficient dairy cows.
A deep dive into your herd records may hold insights to help improve heifer reproduction efficiency, ensure adequate replacement numbers and add value to your operation.
Colostrum management is a critical factor in raising healthy dairy calves. By choosing the right vaccine, you reduce the risk of calf scours.
Dairy cows are at risk of developing a new intramammary infection (IMI) during the dry period. Learn how internal teat sealants can prevent infection.
An effective deworming strategy for dairy replacement heifers involves testing, choosing the right treatments and treatment timing. Discover how to achieve success.
Cattle producers should regularly adjust internal parasite control methods. The FERCT kit offers a standardized diagnostic tool to test manure for eggs.
Advancing beef cattle health starts with new technologies including access to actionable data. Discover what’s in store for the future.
Refresh your knowledge of proper dairy calf ear tagging techniques with the most recent recommendations for application, timing, and placement.
Understanding the known and unknown variables will help uncover the best mastitis treatment decisions for each dairy cow.
With the prevalence of pneumonia and other respiratory diseases in calves, identify and manage risk factors to help prevent losses.
A new Dairy Care365® online training module from Merck Animal Health helps dairies establish a culture that prioritizes respect for both animals and workers.
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