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Can Pets and Livestock Eat Leftover Halloween Pumpkins?

by Caitlyn Andrews November 12, 2019

Fall is here and that means it's time for pumpkin-everything. 🎃 

But what do you do with your pumpkins once the season is over? If you throw them out your pets could be missing out on a tasty snack.

For livestock, pumpkins can even stand in as an additional feed source.

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How to Control Mosquitoes on the Farm

by Caitlyn Andrews July 16, 2019

Mosquito season is here. We've had a wet spring and mosquitoes are thriving. And these pests are more than annoying.

They're a threat to farms everywhere. They carry disease. They annoy animals. They even affect your livestock operation's bottom line.

In this article, you'll learn about mosquitoes, the harm they cause, and ways to control them on your farm.

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Poultry Fly-Off Fun at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair

by Caitlyn Andrews August 09, 2017

At Veterinary and Poultry Supply, Inc. (VPSI) we understand the value of the 4-H program and have been fortunate to be able to contribute to our local fair. This year, we sponsored several club events and shows, including the Elkhart County 4-H Poultry Club.

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Avian Influenza Causes a Stop Movement Order in Alabama

by Caitlyn Andrews March 16, 2017

New cases of avian influenza have been reported in Alabama. The AL Department of Agriculture held a press conference Tuesday (3/14/17) to discuss the new findings. The state veterinarian confirmed that the virus had been detected in three locations in Alabama.

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Second Case of Avian Influenza Reported in Tennessee

by Caitlyn Andrews March 10, 2017

The second case of avian influenza has been confirmed in Tennessee. The TN Department of Agriculture released a statement on its website Thursday (3/9/17). The state veterinarian confirmed a flock of chickens in Giles County, TN, tested positive for avian influenza.

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First 2017 Case of Highly Pathogenic H7 Avian Influenza Confirmed

by Caitlyn Andrews March 06, 2017

Yesterday (3/5/17) the USDA confirmed the first case of highly pathogenic H7 avian influenza (HPAI) of the year for 2017. The strain was detected on a Tyson contracted chicken farm in Lincoln County, Tennessee. It is the first time HPAI has been detected in the state of Tennessee.

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