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Prevent Pasteurella pneumonia—Boost marketability

Dec 20, 2007
With volatile feed costs that have reached record highs in recent months, feed yards want calves this fall that will perform from day one without added worry of sickness. That means buyers will be willing to pay more for healthy cattle, says Dr. Joe Dedrickson, director of the Merial Large Animal Veterinary Professional Services. “Feed yards can’t afford sick cattle this fall,” he explains. “The stress of weaning and shipping can lead to bov...

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