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Stocker calves: Vaccination considerations

May 18, 2012
Summer months in the northern plains mean an opportunity for cattle producers to graze weaned calves on pasture. While “grass calves” are considered to be under less risk of infectious diseases compared to calves weaned and concentrated into drylots in the fall, these calves still are at risk for certain disease issues while out on pasture.

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