Anyone who travels to China and comes down with a respiratory illness within 10 days of returning should be screened for a bird flu virus that has killed at least 11 people in central-eastern China, a Milwaukee Health Department official … Continue reading
Michelle Verant, Ph.D. student in the Comparative Biomedical Sciences (CBMS) Graduate Degree Program in the UW School of Veterinary Medicine, has been selected as the 2013 recipient of the Wildlife Disease Association Graduate Student Scholarship Award. “This is an extremely … Continue reading
It’s heartworm awareness month. Larry Meiller finds out what we need to do to keep our pets healthy. Plus, recent pet food recalls to be aware of. Guest: Dr. Sandi Sawchuk, UW School of Veterinary Medicine
The groundbreaking work of a University of Wisconsin-Madison scientist remains on hold as he awaits access to a new bird flu virus that is killing people in central-eastern China amid fears that it could leap to other countries.
Designing and installing a positive pressure tube should be done by a skilled professional., otherwise costly mistakes may result. Authored by Dr. Ken Nordlund, Dr. Becky Brotzman, and Dr. Arturo Gomez.
The Graduate School has announced the winners of Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation named professorships, Vilas Professorships and Vilas Associates.
Although hutches pose challenges when the weather is wet — particularly for the people taking care of calves — it is not recommended to add an additional roof over the hutches as this will limit ventilation, says Becky Brotzman, veterinarian … Continue reading
Positive pressure tubes offer a solution to key calf barn struggles: ventilation and respiratory health. Authored by Dr. Ken Nordlund, Dr. Becky Brotzman, and Dr. Arturo Gomez.