Ephemeral fever is a viral disease which usually occurs in epidemics during summer. It is transmitted by flying insects.
This viral disease can cause diarrhoea, embryonic death, abortion and calf losses.
This vaccine protects against the blight causing bacterium that can affect cattle of any age.
Deworming your cattle can help improve weaning weights. Check with your vet about the best deworming protocol for your cattle. Cattle are quite often infected by Roundworm. The risk period peaks from spring to autumn especially when the weather is wet and warm. This environment offers the best conditions for the survival of the worm larvae in the pasture. This is also when the cattle are most likely to be infected. Roundworm species that infect cattle include Barbers Pole Worm (Haemonchus placei), Small brown stomach worm (Ostertagia ostertagia) and Small intestinal worm (Cooperia spp).
Other care available includes: Pregnancy Diagnosis, herd health, ultrasound and manual palpitation, cattle medicine, surgery, mastitis and milk quality, reproductive management, artificial insemination, breeding soundness and bull selection, nutrition and rations, parasite control and monitoring.