by Sally Colby
Veterinarian Trent Lartz believes that cattlemen can do a lot of their own diagnostic work, and what they observe and record will help their herd veterinarian do a better job for them.
“What’s the number one diagnostic tool?” asked Lartz. “It’s the thermometer. It tells us a lot about what’s going on.”
Lartz says the normal body temperature of mature cattle ranges between 100.4 and 102.8; depending on time of year. [Read more…]