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A producer panel included insights from (left to right) Dan Hayden, a cow-calf and poultry producer from Kentucky, Tim Oleksyn, a rancher and farmer from northern Saskatchewan, Erika Murphy, a seedsto

AgriLabs has announced their decision to assist with hurricane relief efforts, by donating more than $35,000 worth of product to meet the immediate needs of livestock affected by the unfortunate weath

When purchasing ranch-direct calves, Colorado cattle feeder Steve Gabel says “I won’t buy them without verification they’ve received at least two doses of modified-live viral vaccine.” That

The ninth edition of Uniform Guidelines for Beef Improvement Programs represents a legacy of work that spans more than 50 years of cooperation among the various segments of the beef cattle industry.

 In my last letter to the Academy of Veterinary Consultants (AVC) membership I quoted the saying “the only constant is change.”  In production animal medicine we are all too famil

As we approach the end of 2016, we want to look back on the top 10 articles from Bovine Vet this year. Read the number two below.   Drovers CattleNetwork recently received an inquiry

As we approach the end of 2016, we want to look back on the top 10 articles from Bovine Vet this year. Read the number three below.   Drovers CattleNetwork recently received an inquir

As we approach the end of 2016, we want to look back on the top 10 articles from Bovine Vet this year. Read the number nine below.   Drovers recently received an inquiry from a college st

Dr. Dan Thomson, College of Veterinary Medicine at K-State University, says now is the time for beef and dairy producers to get their FREE Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) certification. Sign up by Novem

Advancing zero deforestation in beef production, assessing the overall sustainability of the beef value chain and connecting consumers and sustainability were just a few of the topics discussed at th