Developing a vaccination program: Video

Dr. Nathan Erickson talks about the details involved in developing a vaccination program. Also included are tips on risk management, tetanus protection, new vaccines, and preventing injection site lesions. Also please check out the following link http://www.beefresearch.ca/blog/vaccination-video/ for some more great information at BCRC regarding...

Zuprevo: New long acting macrolide for both preven...

Antibacterial lung therapy must work fast and last long. One important goal therefore is to reach high lung concentrations within just a few hours that remain present for a long time. buy viagra soft Please contact our veterinarians at VAHS for more information on the use of Zuprevo in cattle or go to...

Health and Production Implications of Poor Winter ...

NEWSLETTER|VAHS Utilizing low quality forages can be a cost effective feeding strategy but an understanding of how these forages should be fed is essential. It is important to remember that feeding a beef cow is essentially feeding the rumen where bacterial fermentation is occurring. Rumen bacteria provide the enzymes necessary to break down plant fiber and release the stored plant protein and energy. As the feed moves through the digestive tract, bacteria are continually carried with it and ultimately digested, releasing additional protein and energy to the cow. When feeding low quality forages (for example straw) there may be inadequate...