Parasites in Dairy Cattle News
News published on May 22, 2009:
I think most Virginia Dairy producers are welcoming the signs of spring-warmer days, thawed water troughs and green grass-but the first tender sprigs of grass that our animals are picking at may harbor parasite...
Virginia Cooperative Extension Dairy Pipeline
News published on March 3, 2008:
Lice are the most important winter parasites of cattle. The two clinical signs of lice are hair loss and scratching. Lice have been considered by many to be more of a nuisance parasite than an important health ...
Dairy Pipeline/Virginia Tech Cooperative Extension
News published on October 18, 2007:
If the average cow produces 100 pounds of manure a day, how does a dairy farmer manage all the excess waste? Tom Herlihy, an agricultural engineer, created a unique and environmentally friendly technology to de...
News published on October 13, 2004:
CSIRO researchers are investigating whether an ancient arm of the immune system can be used to control livestock animal diseases.
CSIRO Livestock Industries' scientist Dr Tim Doran says a biological phenomen...