The 65th Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course is set for Aug. 5-7, 2019, at Texas A&M University in College Station.
Now we have another good excuse to cull cows due to bad temperament. Producers that routinely breed cows artificially realize that cows that are unruly and nervous are less likely to conceive by AI.
Tool will monitor potential for heat and cold stress across the state.
“Foot rot” is a common cause of lameness in beef cattle on pastures.
Growth-promoting implants, and implant protocols, have evolved considerably since their introduction in 1958.
A collaborative One Health approach without a culture of blame is key to containing and controlling the threat of antimicrobial resistance in animals, humans and the environment.
Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) livestock inspectors discovered fever ticks on cattle originating from a Webb County premises during a routine voluntary inspection.