A treatment protocol plan is one of those common sense management practices that are a core part of BQA guidelines. Photo by Todd Johnson
A treatment protocol plan is one of those common sense management practices that are a core part of BQA guidelines.

Treatment protocols valuable management tool for cow/calf operations

Treatment protocol plan that includes proper injection site selection is part of commonsense management practices in BQA guidelines.

It is “calf-working time” in parts of the country, which should serve as a reminder for producers to get with their veterinarians to review, revise or — if one does not exist — develop a treatment protocol plan for their specific cattle operations.

Some may consider a treatment protocol plan as being something feedyards and larger stocker operations do; however, it is a valuable management practice for large and small cow/calf producers as well and a key part o

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