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Implant Training Video

Published Jun 23, 2014 in Business

The most important part of any implant program is to make sure that implants are administered safely, accurately and effectively. Click here to learn about Merck Animal Health's efforts to help customers improve their implanting techniques.

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Three Ways to Improve Your Cattle Reproductive Health Program

Published Jun 16, 2014 in Cattle

Looking over your replacement heifers each spring makes you feel proud of the job you did selecting and growing them since weaning. You’ve got a lot of money tied up in your calves, so picking the right bull is critical. But what about risk management? Not the kind of risk management that requires a banker or a commodity broker, but the kind that reduces risk from reproductive disease losses.

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Maintaining Facilities to Prevent BRD

Published Jun 09, 2014 in Cattle

There are two sides of the equation when it comes to reducing environmental stress. The first part is creature comfort and the other is implementing best practices during processing. Minimizing stress is important because of the significant impact it can have on the development and spread of bovine respiratory disease (BRD).

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Feeding a Hungry World

Published Jun 02, 2014 in Business

As a sign of their commitment to producing responsible beef and community involvement, Cactus Feeders added the following sentence to their company's mission statement: " Feeding a hungry world, starting with family, friends and neighbors."

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Three Steps to Better Herd Health This Spring

Published May 26, 2014 in Cattle

Calving season — a demanding time for producers — is an eventful period that may cause stress and several health concerns for the herd. For optimal herd health this spring, it’s essential for producers to follow a few steps — proper nutrition and vaccination; proactive newborn calf health; and pasture turnout health protocols.

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