Researchers at the University of Queensland and Swansea University have demonstrated that environmental factors can play a role in host specificity and the risk of outbreaks in human populations.
Using killed and modified-live virus vaccines in conjunction shows lasting value for producers.
Farmers, ranchers and veterinarians have long known that transportation can induce stress in cattle, and have adopted practices intended to minimize that stress.
A new Agricultural Research Service (ARS) study reveals, for the first time, how diet and bacteria may interact to prolong chronic diarrhea in monkeys.
The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) launched an interactive website that provides livestock producers with important information.
Earlier this year, the FDA provided updates to its Draft Guidance for Industry (GFI) 120, based on stakeholder questions regarding details around the veterinary feed directive (VFD) rules.
During the recent Academy of Veterinary Consultants (AVC) Spring Conference in Omaha, Stuart Heller, a sales manager with Neogen, reminded veterinarians that animals drink about twice what they eat.