Test may help inform breeding and management decisions to reduce BCHF, an untreatable, fatal condition prevalent in feedlot cattle.
Interdigital hyperplasia in cattle had been attributed mostly to poor hygiene, but new research finds genetic component.
Study focused on determining association between antimicrobial class selection for treatment and retreatment of BRD relapses and antimicrobial susceptibility.
By reducing amount of fluid sprayed and wasted, new system should generate substantial cost savings and reduce health and environmental risks of controlling fever ticks.
Biochar could reduce methane and ammonia emissions from cattle while improving soils.
In ruminants, bacterium reacts to fluctuating sodium content with two different respiratory circuits.