Record number of dairy and beef producers at Alltech Global 500

Alltech’s biggest ever Global 500 conference concluded, after welcoming nearly 700 dairy and beef producers from 32 countries to Alltech’s home in Lexington, Kentucky. FULL STORY »

Are your customers raising high-quality replacement heifers?

Calves and heifers are the future of every dairy operation, and getting them off to a healthy start helps set up a lifetime of improved performance. FULL STORY »

Pfizer Animal Health launches residue risk assessment tool

Dairy producers can assess their risk for a violative antibiotic residue in milk and meat by using a new online tool from Pfizer Animal Health. The short, 10-question self-assessment takes only a few minutes to complete and is now live. FULL STORY »

Generate farm business success and attend the Producer Summit

Enthusiastic producers and herdspeople are invited to attend The Producer Summit – Generating Success, to be held December 9-11, 2011, at the Radisson in La Crosse, Wis. FULL STORY »

Two USDA approved cattle vaccines fight Leptospira hardjo-bovis

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved Titanium® 5 L5 and Master Guard® 10 vaccines as an aid in preventing disease caused by Leptospira borgpetersenii hardjo-bovis in beef and dairy cattle. FULL STORY »

Eight factors for confident vaccine selection

Eight factors for confident vaccine selection FULL STORY »

Cornell to open new dairy teaching facility

DeLaval and Cornell University are pleased to announce a new development in their continuing partnership to bring innovative, safe and productive solutions to the dairy industry. FULL STORY »

Take steps to avoid antibiotic residues in milk and meat Play video

You have enough to worry about without adding drug residue violations to the mix. Mastitis treatments are the most common cause of illegal residues in marketed milk. FULL STORY »

Reaching 400,000 SCC shouldn’t be a matter of a ruling

Reducing somatic cell count (SCC) on your farm is not just a matter of regulations and rulings — it’s a matter of animal health and good management. When a proposal to voluntarily reduce the U.S. Grade A Milk SCC limit to 400,000 SCC per milliliter failed at the National Conference on Interstate Milk Shipments in May, many producers and industry professionals were surprised. The proposal would have put the United States on par with guidelines currently set in the European Union (EU) for milk export limits and was supported by several industry groups. FULL STORY »

FFA chapters earn $26,000 in Pfizer Animal Health marketing contest

23 chapters receive awards for participating in nationwide marketing contest FULL STORY »

New website offers scours management resources for beef, dairy producers

Novartis Animal Health US, Inc. has created a new website focused exclusively on scours prevention in beef and dairy calves. FULL STORY »

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