Spring 2019, Vol. 9, Issue 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Be a Partner in Parasite Control, by Jennifer Ryan – READ MORE.
Improving Lameness: Bisphosphonates can help equine practitioners in treating the clinical signs of navicular syndrome in horses 4 years and older, if used properly. – READ MORE.
Take a Second Guess: Get a horse’s weight before deworming for effective, sustainable parasite control. – READ MORE.
Gaining Commitment and Co-ownership: Leadership as an essential sales tool, by Patrick T. Malone – READ MORE.
Exceptional Health Management: The management practices and daily decisions of livestock producers influence the life of each one of their animals, by Dawn Singleton-Olson – READ MORE.
Highlights from the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Conference: Bovine practitioners gathered at the 51st AABP Annual Conference in Phoenix, Ariz., to award service, support, and scholarships. – READ MORE.
The Leadership Legacy of Herb Kelleher, by Jim Whitt – READ MORE.
FFA Chapter Serves a Community, One Cat at a Time: To combat stray cat populations and serve their community, FFA members from the Munford FFA Chapter in Tennessee hold a Neuter-A-Thon., by Bev Flatt – READ MORE.
Maintaining Bovine Tuberculosis-free Status: Wisconsin managed to maintain eradication efforts after a positive cow was found. – READ MORE.
Coliform Mastitis: Management practices that can help improve a dairy herd’s bottom line.– READ MORE.
Test the Effectiveness of Dewormers: Help producers get the best results from their dewormer purchase. – READ MORE.
Top Four Targets for Fly Control Success: One of the keys to a good defense against flies on any cattle or dairy operation is to know which flies are causing problems and affecting herd health. – READ MORE.
Labor of Love: There’s little downtime for one MWI rep. – READ MORE.