Resources for Veterinary Medicine

Title Available As Summary Date ID Author
Feeder and Stocker Health and Management Practices May 1, 2009 400-006
Beef Cow/Calf Herd Health Program and Calendar May 1, 2009 400-007
Recognition and Treatment of Bovine Respiratory Disease Complex May 1, 2009 400-008
Predicting Bull Fertility May 1, 2009 400-009
GnRH Based Estrus Synchronization Systems for Beef Cows May 1, 2009 400-013
Calving Emergencies in Beef Cattle: Identification and Prevention May 1, 2009 400-018
Estrus Synchronization for Heifers May 1, 2009 400-302
Mycoplasma in Beef Cattle May 1, 2009 400-304
Strategic Use of Antibiotics in Stocker Cattle May 1, 2009 400-307
Foot Rot in Beef Cattle May 1, 2009 400-310
Zoonotic Diseases of Cattle May 1, 2009 400-460
Anaplasmosis in Beef Cattle May 1, 2009 400-465
Pinkeye in Beef Cattle May 1, 2009 400-750
Current Strategies in Parasite Control in Virginia Beef Cattle May 1, 2009 400-802
Your Herd's Reproductive Status May 1, 2009 404-005
Mycoplasma in Dairy Cattle May 1, 2009 404-038
Understanding the Basics of Mastitis May 1, 2009 404-233
Environmental Streptococcal and Coliform Mastitis May 1, 2009 404-234
Early Heifer Development and Colostrum Management May 1, 2009 404-282
Nutrition For The Early Developing Heifer May 1, 2009 404-283
Dairy Heifer Health, Disease Control, and Vaccinations May 1, 2009 404-284
Milk Production Evaluation In First Lactation Heifers May 1, 2009 404-285
Monitoring Dairy Heifer Growth May 1, 2009 404-286
Heifer Inventory and the Economics of Replacement Rearing May 1, 2009 404-287
Abortions in Dairy Cattle - I: Common Causes of Abortions May 1, 2009 404-288
Abortions in Dairy Cattle - II: Diagnosing and Preventing Abortion Problems May 1, 2009 404-289
Health Care for Horses May 1, 2009 406-308
Club Lamb Fungus May 1, 2009 410-018
Control of Internal Parasites in Sheep May 1, 2009 410-027
Control, Treatment, and Elimination of Foot Rot from Sheep May 1, 2009 410-028
Goat-Herd Health Calendar May 1, 2009 412-501
Good Production Practices: Reading a Medication Label
Purpose: To teach youth how to read a medication label and calculate dosages so they are better able to understand how to store and administer medications to different livestock species
Dec 23, 2015 APSC-100P
Good Production Practices: Reading and Understanding a Medication Label Apr 28, 2016 APSC-101P
Good Production Practices: Understanding the Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship Apr 28, 2016 APSC-104P
Good Production Practices: Using the Flight Zone to Handle Livestock Apr 28, 2016 APSC-105P
Good Production Practices: When to Call the Veterinarian Apr 28, 2016 APSC-106P
Good Production Practices: Where Did That Medication Come From? PDF Apr 28, 2016 APSC-107P
Good Production Practices: You Want Me to Eat From That? Apr 28, 2016 APSC-108P
Good Production Practices: Proper Storage, Labeling, and Accounting for Medications
Purpose: To teach youth how to read a medication label so they are better able to understand how to store and administer medications for different livestock species.
Dec 7, 2015 APSC-99P