The discovery of the microbiome has allowed scientists over the last 10 years to understand the functions, processes and mechanics of how microorganisms work. Here’s a primer.
A cattle feeder shares a behind-the-scenes look of his interview with a New York Times reporter and why he risked being misrepresented in order to give accurate information about responsible antibiotic use in animal agriculture.
Find your profile as a negotiator and learn whether you can make improvements.
Farmers have limited options for disposing of mortalities if rendering services aren’t available. An expert offers advice for burying or composting.
Penicillin could someday be back on the list of go-to antibiotics.
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Record keeping, surveillance and vaccination are key for reducing the economic disaster associated with of this stealthy cattle disease.
The New York Times writes about antibiotic use in the livestock industry; here’s where they got it wrong and what the industry needs to do to change the rhetoric.
A recent survey suggested that too many producers thought animal health was a number one concern. Here's what you can do to change that.
Newborn calves that have been exposed to exceedingly cold temperatures may become hypothermic or at least extremely stressed. What’s the quickest method to re-warm them?
New policy asks producers and veterinarians using these programs to prioritize the health and welfare of cattle.