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Bovine quadruplets born on Cuba farm
Holy Cow! A Cuban dairy farmer says one of his cows has given birth to four healthy calves, a highly rare occurrence.
Friday, September, 20, 2013 - - News

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Beef Talk: 1 percent is good money spent to protect calves
Cost versus income always is key, but cost versus prevention also is important.
Tuesday, September, 17, 2013 - NDSU Extension Service - News

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Vaccinate calves
Vaccinate calves now in anticipation of weaning and preparation for sending the calves to market. If the calves already have had some vaccinations during branding or early summer cattle work, now would be a good time to do booster vaccinations.
Monday, August, 26, 2013 - North Dakota State University Extension Service - News

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A Minn. farmer has been found guilty of improper food handling, S.D. lawmakers have rejected proposed rules on the sale of raw milk, and fields in central and eastern Minn. are drying out, according to University of Minnesota Extension educators.
Monday, August, 26, 2013 - - News

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Determining AI conception rates
Commercially available blood tests to predict pregnancy are accurate and an inexpensive tool cattle producers can use to determine their artificial insemination conception rate, according to new research conducted at South Dakota State University.
Monday, August, 19, 2013 - - News

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Concern about growth drugs
A video showing clips of cattle struggling to walk was shown at a recent beef industry conference as part of a panel discussion on the pros and cons of using a class of drugs known as beta-agonists — the additives fed to cattle in the weeks before slaughter to add up to 30 pounds to bodyweight and reduce fat content in the meat.
Monday, August, 19, 2013 - Reuters - News

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Farms fight virus
Hog producers are struggling to contain a deadly virus affecting young pigs. Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus has spread to 16 states.
Monday, August, 19, 2013 - New York Times News Service - News

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Insecticide poisons Condors in Chile
Two Condors died after 20 were poisoned after ingesting insecticide in Chile.
Monday, August, 19, 2013 - Associated Press - News

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Chile: 20 condors poisoned with insecticide; 2 die
Twenty condors were apparently poisoned with insecticide in the Chilean Andes cordillera and two of the giant birds have died, officials say.
Tuesday, August, 13, 2013 - Associated Press - News

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Ron Offutt, a prominent North Dakota potato farmer, is suing his insurance company, a federal judge has blocked horse slaughterhouse operations in New Mexico and Iowa, and laid-off employees of the Northern Beef Packers plant in Aberdeen, S.D., gathered to seek final compensation.
Monday, August, 05, 2013 - - News

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U.S. slaughterhouse workers, truckers fuel deadly piglet virus spread
Questionable hygiene practices among meat processing plant employees, freight truck drivers and others who work at hog slaughter houses are aiding in the spread of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus across the United States, according to research conducted by the University of Illinois staff.
Wednesday, July, 31, 2013 - Reuters - News

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