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Climatic conditions such as snow, rain, heat or humidity can affect the ability of the animal to resist a certain disease or succumb to it. Plentiful moisture during the grazing season might contribute to what could be called a “bad year” for a certain cattle disease: pinkeye.

Mycoplasma bovis is an emerging cause of disease in dairy calves. Though it’s been around since the 1960s, cases of mycoplasma-associated dise…

The “sell-by” and “best-by” dates on milk cartons may soon become more meaningful and accurate. Cornell University food scientists have create…

One of the measures of scours treatment rates easy to observe here at the Attica Veterinary Associates clinic is sales of a liquid solution — …

A major study reveals for the first time that water troughs on farms are a conduit for the spread of toxic Escherichia coli in cattle, which c…

Bio-Vet Inc. has hired Jackie Bartels as accounting manager, following the retirement of Betty Bakken.

The bacteria mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis causes a chronic intestinal infection in cattle and other ruminants commonly known as Johne’…

Raw or undercooked sprouts pose a risk of food-borne infection because, unlike other fresh produce, seeds and beans need warm humid conditions to sprout and grow. Bacteria that can cause illness, including Salmonella, Listeria and Escherichia coli, thrive in such warm and humid conditions.

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