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Vet Scripts 10/20/18 (R)
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains the science behind rabies.
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Vet Scripts: Pinkeye 7/30/16
SUNUP introduces a new segment with Barry Whitworth DVM, Extension veterinarian. This week he discusses pinkeye in cattle.
Vet Scripts: Blackleg 8/13/16
Dr. Barry Whitworth discusses blackleg prevention in cattle.
Vet Scripts: County Fair Tips 8/20/16
Extension veterinarian, Dr. Barry Whitworth, has advice for livestock heading to county fairs.
Vet Scripts - What is equine herpes? 6/16/18
Dr. Barry Whitworth has ways to prevent exposure of horses to the Equine Herpes virus.
Vet Scripts - Horn Flies & Dairy Cows 6/30/18
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains how horn flies can lead to mastitis in dairy cows, in Vet Scripts.
Vet Scripts 11/18/17
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains how germs transfer from livestock to humans.
Vet Scripts 9/10/16
Dr. Barry Whitworth, has advice on interacting with swine and poultry to prevent transmittable diseases.
Vet Scripts 10/15/16
Dr. Barry Whitworth offers tips on identifying and managing parasites in sheep and goat herds.
Vet Scripts - Hoof health 4/14/18
Dr. Barry Whitworth has recommendations for preventing foot rot in sheep.
Vet Scripts 10/21/17
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains the science behind rabies.
Vet Scripts 11/19/16
Dr. Barry Whitworth has advice for identifying and treating foot rot in cattle.
Vet Scripts 2/25/17
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains how to identify calf scours and how best to treat it.
Vet Scripts 4/22/17
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains how to recognize the warning signs of urolithiasis, or kidney stones, in sheep and goats.
Vet Scripts 1/6/18
Dave Lalman has advice for cattle producers after news of the vitamin A shortage.
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Extension veterinarian, Dr. Barry Whitworth, explains how copper deficiencies can impact calving.
Vet Scripts: How to tell if you cattle are sick 6/10/17
Dr. Barry Whitworth has tips to determine if your cattle are sick.
Vet Scripts 1/20/18
Extension Veterinarian, Dr. Barry Whitworth, says it is essential to keep livestock hydrated, even in cold weather.
Vet Scripts 9/24/16
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains what to look for in swine affected by the Seneca Valley Virus.
Vet Scripts - Chicken diseases 9/8/18
Dr. Barry Whitworth has information about Virulent Newcastle Disease and what poultry producers should look for.
Veterinary feed directive, one year later 12/9/17
Extension veterinarian, Dr. Barry Whitworth, has an update on the Veterinary Feed Directive, one year after implementation.
Vet Scripts 9/29/18
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains why dewormers for small ruminants are not as effective as they once were and looks at how producers can still manage the health of ...
Vet Scripts - Digital dermatitis 7/21/18
Dr. Barry Whitworth says both dairy and beef cattle producers should be looking for hairy heel warts on their livestock.
Vet Scripts: Buying chicks 3/25/17
Dr. Barry Whitworth has advice for poultry producers buying chicks.
Vet Scripts: Bovine Leukemia 11/05/16
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains how the bovine leukemia virus is contracted in cattle and has suggestions to prevent the spread.
Vet Scripts 2/17/18
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains how mycoplasma affects poultry and how to control it.
Vet Scripts 12/16/17
Extension veterinarian, Dr. Barry Whitworth, explains how copper deficiencies can impact calving.
Vet Scripts - Coccidiosis in cattle 11/3/18
Dr. Barry Whitworth explains what coccidiosis is in cattle and how to treat it.
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