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Written by Dr. Armon Hetzel, Professional Services Veterinarian at ANIMART Pests can be costly to dairy farmers due to disease transmission and irritation. Whether pests feed upon the animals or are simply a nuisance, pests can reduce milk production and … Continue reading
Importance of a Good Vaccination Program What’s the issue? Some producers are not using a thorough vaccination program or following labeled directions regarding proper administration of vaccine products. This has the potential to cause issues in your herd in adult cows … Continue reading
Issue of the Week (Dec. 3-7): Deciding whether to replace a milk cow with a heifer, sell young heifers or sell bred heifers.
What’s the Issue? Producers with good reproduction have an abundance of replacement heifers and are having a hard time deciding whether to replace a cow with a heifer or sell a heifer. If producers sell heifers, then they have to … Continue reading
BioPRYN saves time and money and increases the safety and accuracy of pregnancy testing. ANIMART Sales Manager, Tom Klas, and Veterinarian, Dr. Richard Ernsberger, talk about the benefits of using BioPRYN pregnancy testing and how it works.
ANIMART Sales Manager, Tom Klas, sits down with Dr. Richard Ernsberger to talk about the importance of testing for BVD in your dairy herd.
Q. I have heard about some milk sampling program by the FDA, what does that mean to me? Is this different from the drug testing they already run on my milk?
A. Presently, the PMO (Pasteurized Milk Ordinance) requires bulk tank pick-ups to be tested for beta-lactam drugs. Beginning mid January and going through at least September 2011 the FDA-CVM (Center for Veterinary Medicine) will begin their national program to sample … Continue reading