Freeze syringe guns to retard pathogens

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At a holstein feedlot in Atkinson, Neb., Kip Lukasiewicz encourages employees to keep syringe guns in the freezer in the treatment barn to help retard the growth of pathogens and molds between uses.

Lukasiewicz also encourages treatment crews to start their treatment sessions with new syringes and needles and to have all medications organized before they start.



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