External parasite control may reduce the chances of pinkeye and anaplasmosis in cattle

External parasite control may reduce the chances of pinkeye and anaplasmosis in cattle

Daily Star Journal

“Anaplasmosis and pinkeye are cattle problems that negatively impact the health, performance and profit potential of the cattle operation,” Regional MU Extension Livestock Field Specialist Patrick Davis said. External parasite control may be helpful in reducing these problems. Causative agents of pinkeye include bacterial agents Moraxella bovis, Moraxella ovis, Moraxella bovoculi and mycoplasma species.

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