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Just as nature-loving humans can experience anything from a twisted ankle to a bug bite when they are in the outdoors, living in nature can al…

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Dr. A.J. Tarpoff, Extension beef veterinarian at Kansas State University, spoke recently at a virtual American Angus Association webinar that …

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Although complex diseases, viruses and infections are often the health main concern cattlemen worry about, sometimes the simplest and smallest organisms that have been a nuisance since the dawn of time can wreak havoc on a herd of cattle without the producer even realizing it.

Dr. John Gilliam, DVM, and associate professor of food animal production medicine and field services at Oklahoma State University Veterinary Medical Hospital, said understanding parasite treatment and the worms that can plague cattle is critical to developing healthy herds.

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We all have trouble sleeping from time to time, but it can become a real problem when insomnia persists day after day. Beyond making one tired…