Spring diseases in fall

Oct 2, 2006
—Recent rains are encouraging producers, but also causing animal disease concerns. As fall approaches, cattlemen in nearly all geographical tiers are experiencing some relief from scorching temperatures and lack of rainfall. Recently, producers have received late rains that are giving them hope for additional grass growth, as well as wheat for those who plan to stock cattle for fall and winter grazing. Although the rain is needed, it is also causing ...

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