Summer/Fall 2019, Vol. 9, Issue 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Protecting the Industry. By Jennifer Ryan – READ MORE.
Successful Transitions: Help your customers make the best decisions for herd health this summer. By Dawn Singleton-Olson – READ MORE.
Leading Change: It requires a different mindset. By Patrick T. Malone – READ MORE.
New Technologies for Range and Pasture Management: The right tools can provide better information for today’s producers. By Mitch Stephenson – READ MORE.
Keep Trichomoniasis Out of Herds: There’s a big return-on-investment for keeping the disease out of breeding herds. By Jennifer Ryan. – READ MORE.
Update on African Swine Fever. By Jennifer Ryan. – READ MORE.
Good heifers make better cows: Focus on heifer development moves dairies forward. – READ MORE.
The Leadership Top Ten. By Jim Whitt – READ MORE.
Come Together – FFA chapters spring into action for Nebraska: In March, the combination of unrelenting rain and snowmelt led to catastrophic flooding in the Midwest. Rising waters caused more than $1.3 billion in damages in Nebraska where farmers were hard hit, losing barns, crops, and livestock. By Jodi Helmer – READ MORE.
Earning Their Trust: Animal Health International’s John Lapp uses his wide range of industry experience to better understand his customers’ needs. – READ MORE.
Leave Equine Vaccinations to the Veterinarians: Help veterinary customers take back equine vaccinations for better business and best medicine. – READ MORE.
European Commission OK’s Boehringer Ingelheim’s equine stem cell therapy: Boehringer Ingelheim’s new Arti-Cell Forte is indicated for the treatment of mild to moderate recurrent lameness. – READ MORE.
AAEP Publishes Rotavirus Guidelines: The comprehensive guidelines provide information on identification, management, and prevention of Rotavirus. – READ MORE.