Extension Programs

Every year, issues like Johne's disease, hoof health, and mastitis cost producers millions of dollars.

Assistance for producers, veterinarians, 4-H groups, and other professionals to improve animal health and well-being.

A series of management practices designed to minimize or prevent the importation of infectious agents onto a farm.

Camelids are even-toed ungulates belonging to the family camelidae, and unlike true ruminant animals of the family ruminantia, they only have three stomach compartments instead of four.

A "metabolic profile" is defined as a series of specific analytical tests run in combination and used as a herd-based rather than individual-based, diagnostic aid.