Established in 1987, The Grazingland Animal Nutrition Lab (GANLAB) offers diagnostic diet analyses and nutritional decision support information for use in the monitoring of grazing animals. GANLAB services are available for livestock producers and land managers to support strategic livestock nutrition management and provide a basis for sustainable grazing practices.
The GAN Lab is a part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Center for Natural Resource Technology Information (CNRIT).
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This publication explains how diseases are transmitted and how dairy producers can establish prevention programs with proper biosecurity practices. Tables list common diseases of dairy cattle and ways they are treated. (7 pages)
Esta publicacion explica como se transmiten las enfermedades y como los productores lecheros pueden establecer programas de prevencion con practicas adecuadas de bioseguridad. Las tablas enumeran las enfermedades comunes del ganado lechero y las formas en que se tratan. (8 paginas)
The Texas AgriLife Fecal Egg Counting, FEC, lab performs accurate roundworm egg counts, including Haemonchus Cortortus, for sheep and goat producers.
The Texas Wildlife Services Program provides statewide leadership in the science, education and practice of wildlife management to protect the state’s agricultural, industrial and natural resources, as well as the public’s health, safety and property.
Texas 4-H Homes for Horses connects 4-H youth with the opportunity to work towards solving the at-risk horse problem through education, outreach and adoption.