Texas Anthrax Situational Update No. 2 July 16, 2019 Austin, TX – Since the July 9, 2019 update, anthrax has been detected on three additional premises in southwest Sutton County and one premises in south central Crockett County. The Texas Animal Health Commission quarantined the premises after animals tested positive for the reportable disease. To date, eight… Read More Texas Anthrax Situational Update
NexGen Compounding Pharmacy is proud to announce that we are now offering a new knockdown medication that is available to ship immediately. Our Hoofstock Mixture, (MKB) is a mild sedation, great for routine knockdowns or as an emergency escape kit. NexGen’s newest sedation kit (MKB) was developed in partnership with a successful Wildlife Immobilization Veterinarian. The… Read More NexGen Hoofstock Mixture
Since June 19, 2019, the Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) has received confirmation of three additional anthrax cases in the area of Texas where anthrax is historically found. The first anthrax case of the year was confirmed in one captive antelope on a premises in Uvalde County on June 19, 2019. Since that time, anthrax… Read More Anthrax Cases Prompt Advisory
AUSTIN – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is currently working with federal, state and industry partners to strengthen its traceability system to protect the long-team health, marketability and economic viability of the U.S. livestock industry. While there are several steps USDA needs to take in order to do this, the most essential… Read More USDA Advancing Animal Disease Traceability: The Transition to Electronic Identification in Cattle & Bison
Unexplained Animal Deaths on Your Ranch or Farm (Is it disease, parasites, or could it just possibly your water source?) Over the years since I have been ranching for myself and as also as a young boy helping my father and grandfather on our family ranch, we, like all in the livestock business, experienced death… Read More Unexplained Animal Deaths on Your Ranch or Farm – Is it Disease, Parasites, or Could it Just Possibly Be Your water Source?