- West Nile Virus in Livestock
- CalfDex App
- Beef Calf Scours
00:01:05 – West Nile Virus in Livestock: Beginning today’s show is Kansas animal health commissioner Justin Smith with information producers should keep in mind related to the West Nile Virus and biosecurity.
00:12:05 – CalfDex App: K-State’s Bob Larson, Ted Schroeder and Audrey Marchek continue the show by reviewing the new CalfDex app. They worked to create a resource that is hopefully beneficial for many cattle producers.
00:23:05 – Beef Calf Scours: Completing today’s show is K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk as he discusses research from University of Minnesota Extension on the causes and prevention of beef calf scours.
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