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Beef cattle vaccination headlines Oct. 29 meeting

Silverton, Texas, meeting to cover disease prevention, vaccination protocol and vaccinations crucial to protecting herds.

A three-hour “Beef Cattle Vaccination: Controlling Trichomoniasis and Anaplasmosis” meeting will be hosted Oct. 29 by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office in Briscoe County. 

“Disease prevention is a very important topic in the area,” said Mason Carter, AgriLife Extension agriculture and natural resources agent for Briscoe County. “Providing general animal vaccination protocol and introducing trichomoniasis and anaplasmosis vaccinations in that package is crucial to protect our herds.”

Topics and presenters include:

  • Maximizing Production of the Beef Cow/Calf Operation While Preparing for Real Threats, Veterinarian Dr. John Davidson, Boehringer Ingelheim senior associate director of beef cattle professional services, Luling.
  • Controlling Anaplasmosis Through Vaccination, Dr. Jason Smith, AgriLife Extension beef specialist, Amarillo.
  • Beef Cattle Market Outlook, Dr. Justin Benavidez, AgriLife Extension economist, Amarillo. 

The meeting will be at the Hope Center, located on the west edge of Quitaque next to the Valley Farm Store. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m., and the fee is $10. A meal will be sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health. The program will run from 6-8:30 p.m.

For more information, contact Carter at 806-823-2521.

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