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Scour vaccinations for cows: convenience vs. effect back

Jan 6, 2012
Vaccinating cows at pregnancy testing time with an approved scour vaccine is one management practice that offers producers that cost-saving opportunity: one trip, two functions. However, the convenience in the application may not generate the desired effect: optimum calf immunity.

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