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Heat Stress in Beef Cattle
Heat stress is a recurring issue for most areas where cattle feeding occurs. Proper planning can provide effective mitigation strategies and minimize death loss during heat events. This publication provides guidance for identifying and managing heat stress in feedlot cattle.
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Vaccines: Handle with Care
A strong vaccination program can have a sizable impact on a cattle herd, saving money and improving the herd's health. This publication highlights how to transport, store and use vaccines properly. It also provides step-by-step instructions for constructing a cooler to keep vaccines the proper temperature while being used.
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Youth Animal Projects and the Veterinary Feed Directive
This publication provides information regarding the new veterinary feed directive and how it relates to youth animal projects.

Information on getting a VFD, its components and uses are all presented.
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Veterinary Feed Directive
In 2012, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration began issuing Compliance Policy Guides (CPG) regarding antibiotic usage in animal agriculture. Compliance Policy Guide 209 established FDA’s position that medically important antibiotics should not be used for production enhancement (rate of gain or feed efficiency) and that veterinary oversight should be required when using medically important antibiotics for treatment, prevention or control.

This publication provides an overview of the veterinary feed directive and how to comply with the law.
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Control of Calf Diarrhea (Scours) in Midwest Beef Cattle Farms
Scours is the main cause of disease and death in calves 2-30 days of age. Identifying and treating clinical signs early will allow producers to minimize widespread injury to the herd. Prevention is key to controlling scours by managing cow health and nutrition before calving and segregating calves for the first month of life.
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Hypomagnesaemia (Grass Tetany) in Beef Cattle
Hypomagesaemia (grass tetany) is caused by low magnesium levels in the blood and most often seen in lactating cows feeding on spring grass. Learn the clinical signs, treatments and cow nutrition techniques to prevent this common disease.
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Pink Eye in Beef Cattle Herds
Pinkeye is a general term used to describe symptoms impacting eye health for cattle, including excessive tearing, conjunctivitis (inflammation of eyelid), photophobia (aversion to light) and corneal ulcers. This publication provides an overview of symptoms, causes, prevention, and treatment.
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Weak Calf Syndrome in Beef Cattle Herds
Weak calf syndrome is a herd problem typically described as calves that are born alive, but lack normal vigor. There are multiple factors contributing to weak calf syndrome during gestation including suboptimal dam nutrition, mineral deficiencies, and infectious diseases. Close observation during calving to identify potential problems and timely intervention can reduce negative impacts on cattle herds.
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Organic Livestock Systems: Views of Veterinarians and Organic Producers
Find how organic producers use veterinary care and the veterinarians' attitudes toward and experience with organic systems. This report also addresses the adequacy of current veterinary education about organic systems. Shows perspectives from both veterinarians and organic livestock producers.
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Foot Rot in Beef Cattle
Find the causes of foot rot in beef cattle, as well as first signs, treatment, and prevention measures.
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Clinical Avian Medicine books (2 Volume set)
With an original retail price of $249, this Clinical Avian Medicine book set is now only $24.90.
Now is the opportunity to order these extraordinary resources at a very special price and all proceeds benefit Iowa State University's Avian and Exotic Animal program.

Both hardbound books printed entirely in full color; over 1000 color images in Vol Iand 300 in Vol II. (edited by GJ Harrison and TL Lightfoot)

  • Fresh perspectives on common clinical disorders and practical solutions
  • Current scientific data relevant to clinical avian practice
  • Practical, useful diagnostic support in the areas of physical examination, nutritional evaluation, hematology, biochemistries and endoscopy
  • Innovative imaging techniques
  • Breakthrough contributions in the areas of integrative medicine, wellness programs, preventive medicine and screening and low-risk pest control
  • Three-section chapter on avian behavior and behavior modification
  • Update onmacrorhabdosis (formerly megabacteria)
  • Broad-based referenced formulary and full chapter on pain management
  • Step-by-step surgical procedures and techniques
  • Extensive review of renal physiology and diseases
  • ISBN:00-9754994-0-8
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Feed Mixing Systems - RAP (Residue Avoidance Program)
Learn about the advantages, disadvantages, and producer responsibilities of on-farm mixing of medicated feeds.
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Feed Handling Systems - RAP (Residue Avoidance Program)
Learn about on-farm feed handling systems and how to avoid contamination.
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Scrapie of Sheep -- Sheep Health Fact Sheet No. 9
Scrapie is a transmissible degenerative disease of the nervous system of sheep characterized by a long incubation period and a protracted, debilitating condition. Includes information regarding pathogenesis, transmission, susceptibility, clinical signs, diagnosis, and prevention of scrapie, as well as related diseases such as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE).
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