Kansas State advances research, outreach on fatigued cattle

Prevention program will feature educational modules, training videos and handouts to help cattle handlers manage FCS.

Two Kansas State University beef cattle researchers are developing a prevention program for fatigued cattle syndrome (FCS). The syndrome, which has the potential to cause mobility issues in feedlot cattle that are stressed during the end of the feeding period, was identified through research at the university in 2014 that was funded by a grant from Merck Animal Health.

The identification of FCS is

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