One project to generate data on use of tylosin phosphate to prevent liver abscesses in feedlot cattle; second project will evaluate timing of chlortetracycline treatment of bovine anaplasmosis.
Tool measures volatile organic compounds emitted from Mycobacterium bovis.
Researchers with Scotland's Rural College and New Mexico State University will develop IoT technology to benefit commercial ranches in southwestern U.S.
U.K.-developed vaccine to undergo large-scale field testing in Nebraska.
Cattle graze large areas to consume sufficient forage, and there are various ways to help with cattle redistributing nutrients in confined areas.
Producers should work with veterinarian to make sure replacement heifers are properly immunized and adjust supplementation so they meet target breeding weights.
USDA plans $54 million project to build new facilities to study livestock tick and blood-feeding fly research.
Research will determine what effect certain management practices used at different phases of beef production can have on BRD.
Integrating cattle and mushroom production with abundant corn stover could yield year-round farm profitability.