Search results for: “Beef Cattle”

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    Proper diet and pasture management can control brown stomach worms in cattle without the use of deworming drugs. This publication explains how the combination works. (4 Pages)
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    Nutrient balance is the key to any effective nutrition program, especially where trace minerals are concerned. Many factors cannot be optimized when mineral intake is not properly balanced. Recommendations are...
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    Retained ownership, or market integration, involves carrying over a production activity into the next phase of preparation for the marketplace. This publication discusses the advantages associated with this production and...
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    Ammonia emissions from concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) can have potentially negative effects on air, water quality, human, and animal health. This educational bulletin discusses:Environmental and health concernsRegulatory issuesEmissions measurementAbatement...
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    Injections must be done correctly to prevent abscesses and scarring. This publication explains proper techniques for various types of injections. (4 pages)
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    When establishing a vaccination program, it is important to understand how animals naturally protect themselves from infection and how vaccination and other management practices enhance that protection. (2 pages)
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    Texas cattle producers have reported an increasing number of cases of bovine anaplasmosis, a disease that causes anemia, abortion, decreased production, and death. This publication explains what causes the disease,...
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    This publication aims to help dairy producers protect Texas waterways from contamination that is associated with the production of livestock, and that may pose a health risk to Texas citizens....
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    To decrease the financial risks associated with inadequate animal performance, it is critical that you match the livestock production cycle to the availability and quality of forages. This publication examines...
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    Properly vaccinating an entire herd, including pregnant cows, calves, replacement heifers, and bulls can prevent disease outbreaks caused by both dormant and incubating infections. This preconditioning immunization helps unborn, nursing...