Indiana Avian Influenza Update

by Caitlyn Andrews January 18, 2016

The Indiana Board of Animal Health (BOAH) has updated information regarding the avian influenza case in Dubois County Indiana. The full press releases can be read here. The up to date numbers of affected Indiana premises, counties, and flocks can be found on this page of BOAH's website.

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New Bird Flu Case in Indiana

by Caitlyn Andrews January 15, 2016

The Indiana State Board of Animal Health (BOAH) has announced that Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) was diagnosed on a Southwestern Indiana Commercial Turkey farm on January 14, 2016. The farm with the affected birds is from Dubois County in Indiana.

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Barn and Livestock Winter Prep Checklist

by Caitlyn Andrews December 16, 2015

We are already half way through December and the weather has stayed mild so far. Don't lower your guard just yet. Now is the time to make sure your farm is ready for harsher winter weather. We've compiled a checklist to help you stay organized and prepare your farm for winter.

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5 Reasons You Should be Eating Turkey

by Caitlyn Andrews November 16, 2015 1 Comment

Thanksgiving is just over a week away. That means that those of us here at Vet Poultry are counting down the days until the Turkey Dinner! In the spirit of the upcoming holidays that feature turkey at the dinner table, we thought we would share with you some of the benefits of eating turkey (aside from it being delicious!).

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3 Baits You Can Rotate to Fight Rodent Resistance

by Caitlyn Andrews October 14, 2015 2 Comments

Easily one of the most cost-effective ways for agricultural producers to keep a rodent free facility is to rotate baits. A year round bait rotation program will keep baits effective. Below you'll find recommendations from Motomco for combating resistance.

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How To Keep Rodents Out of Your Barn This Fall

by Caitlyn Andrews October 08, 2015

Rodents are a problem. As temperatures drop in the fall mice and rats tend to migrate to a warmer shelter. That means your barn, your coop, your livestock facility, even your home. These rodents can contaminate feed and carry disease. They can even chew through wires and cause barn fires. What can you do to keep the mice and rats away?

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