Change needles for good BQA

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Ben Schroeder, veterinarian with Cedar County Veterinary Services in Hartington, Neb., explains why he supplies his producers with a full box of needles instead of just what they might need, in order to help them maintain Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) principles when vaccinating cattle.

Although Schroeder is primarily a beef veterinarian, his advice applies to dairy operations, too.


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