Cattle with blackleg are usually found dead without displaying symptoms or showing signs of illness, since the onset and progression of disease is so quick.
Articles by Callie Burnett
Although it’s “officially” spring according to the calendar, it may be a bit too early for me to extend my congratulations to you for making it through what many of us would call a rough winter. We’re close, but I certainly don’t want to jinx it. Depending on where you’re located, winter is still hanging […]
There seems to be a too-common misunderstanding that ruminants such as cows have four stomachs. Here’s how their biology really works.
What “awards” tall fescue its desired traits also produces compounds that are toxic to the livestock consuming it, called fescue toxicosis.