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Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases develops economic indicators for the international animal health system Veterinary labs around the world work every day to keep animal populations safe from infectious livestock diseases. One Texas A&M AgriLife group, in partnership with the World Organisation for Animal Health, OIE, has been working to improve the economic sustainability of... Read More →

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Many hiking trails require dogs to be on leash. Even if your trail doesn’t have a leash requirement, it’s a good idea to have one with you. Keeping your dog on a leash will help if you need to steer him away from anything along the trail, like poisonous plants or other animals.

As breeding season approaches for many livestock species, the idea of leasing males arises. Importing genetics to improve a herd or flock and …

Johne’s Disease is a slow, contagious disease that is typically fatal to cattle, but there are ways beef producers can keep it out of herds.

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This one is a no-brainer: Smart vacuums are affordable and handle everything from mopping to animal hair on their own. There are dozens of different models available, many designed for specific use cases, so even if you’ve got an unusual layout or pets that shed a ton, there’s a robot vacuum out there for you.

Even the omnivores at the party will flock to this plant-based version of In-and-Out’s coveted burger. TikTok user @juliescleanplateclub cracked the secret sauce code.

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Naturally shed antlers make great chew toys since they’re stronger than real animal bones. Replace worn antlers.

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