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Optional Goat Vaccines

One of my all-time favorite TV shows is Frasier from the ’90s. In one episode, Frasier’s brother Niles reminds us of the axiom, “Less is

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TSE Part 4: BSE

In our fourth and final installment of prion diseases, we will discuss probably the most familiar of the TSEs: bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE). Most cases

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TSE Part 3: Scrapie

In our third installment of prion diseases, we will discuss the oldest of the TSEs: scrapie. Scrapie affects sheep, goats, and their close relatives. Scrapie

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Introduction to TSE

A family of diseases caused by a little known agent is making a steady march across the US. One form of this disease is centuries

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Foot Rot Prevention

It has been raining here for almost 36 hours. This has been one of the wettest fall/winter seasons in recent years. While good news for

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Don’t Share the Orf!

Hopefully after Dr. Lee’s series of Goatcasts, you are seriously entertaining the thought of adding goats to your operation. There are many benefits to having

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Equine Hoof Care, Part 2

What happens when equine feet are neglected, or environmental conditions are less than ideal? The hoof is under constant assault from arid conditions, wet conditions,

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Do Vets Fat-Shame Pets?

“Comparison is the death of joy.” People have been shifting their concept of human beauty over the centuries, and with this, their view of an

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Life in the ICP

In the last segment, we introduced the Incident Command System (ICS). In this post, we will cover the day-to-day workings of the Incident Command Post

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Introduction to ICS

No one wants to experience a disaster.  But, disasters happen every day.  Most people plan ahead of time, to limit the impact the disaster has

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Virulent Newcastle Disease

The US is currently battling another foreign animal disease (FAD) outbreak.  Virulent Newcastle Disease (VND) made its way into southern California and continues to spread. 

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