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Vets Urge Vigilance to Curb Breeding Disease

As cattle farmers in Iowa and throughout the United States work to rebuild the cattle inventory, they should be aware of a disease that causes infertility problems in cows.

Trichomoniasis, or Trich, is a threat to breeding herds and can cause a significant economic im­­pact on cattle farmers who have bulls and cows infected with the disease in their herd, Grant Dewell, assistant professor of veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine at Iowa State University (ISU), told...



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