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Why are mostly dairy cattle getting AI?

Reasons for using AI in dairy cattle: 1. Prevents spread of disease between bull and cow/heifer (sexually transmitted disease) 2. Safety. This is one of the biggest reasons why. Bulls are large dangerous animals that kill farmers each year. 3. Genetic improvement. Producing better offspring. 4. Synchronizing breeding Reasons for using AI in dairy cattle: 1. Prevents spread of disease between bull and cow/heifer (sexually transmitted disease) 2. Safety. This is one of the biggest reasons why. Bulls are large dangerous animals that kill farmers each year. 3. Genetic improvement. Producing better offspring. 4. Synchronizing breeding


What is a disease in cattle associated with prions?

One disease of cattle caused by a prion is BSE (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy) aka Mad Cow Disease


What has the author John M Buck written?

John M. Buck has written: 'Vaccination of calves and yearlings against Bang's disease' -- subject(s): Vaccination, Brucellosis in cattle, Cattle


Viral diseases of cattle?

Pox and Rinderpest are viral disease of cattle.


Rinderpest is a disease of?

Cattle


Cattle disease that caused a disastrous famine in East Africa in the late 1880's?

rinderpest was cattle disease broke out in africa in 1880


Why do people slaughter sheep and cattle?

Sheep and cattle are slaughtered for their meat and if they have a disease.:)


What was one problem with driving cattle along the cattle trails from Texas to Missouri?

Spread disease


What did longhorn cattle spread to other cattle?

A nasty disease called the Texas Fever.


What is the most common disease that cattle die from?

Respiratory diseases such as BRD (Bovine Respiratory Disease which covers shipping fever and pneumonia) is the most common disease that cattle die from. Digestive diseases come in second.


How did Pasteur save the cattle industry?

Developed vaccine for Anthrax, a disease that threatened the cattle industry.


What name of the serious cattle disease that has been found in the us?

Mad cow disease


Why cattle beneficial to people?

cattle is beneficial to people for many reasons, but mainly for milk and beef.


What were some reasons they moved cattle?

One is because the farmer needs to allow the grass to regain control and grow taller while the cattle were moved to the already regained pastures. Another might be because a fence was down and the farmer didnt want the cows to get out of the fence. There could have been a sick cow and the farmer didnt want the hole herd to get the disease These are some of my reasons


What is the more common name for the cattle disease BSE?

It is commonly called 'Mad Cow Disease'.


What cattle disease caused a disastrous famine in east Africa in the late 1880s?

The disease was rhinderpest.


Why are fruits such as the tangelo developed by plant breeders?

For the same reasons that people breed cattle, or dogs; they want a product that is either desirable, or that is strong against diseases and parasites, or both.


What is the most troublesome disease of dairy cattle?

smeliurine


How common is the disease leptospirosis for cattle?

Very common


Is black leg in horses the same in cattle?

No. Besides, horses are not known for getting blackleg: cattle are if not vaccinated for the disease.


Can humans spread hand-foot and mouth to cattle?

No. According to the CDC: "Hand, foot, and mouth disease is often confused with foot-and-mouth disease (also called hoof-and-mouth disease), a disease of cattle, sheep, and swine. However, the two diseases are caused by different viruses and are not related."


What is one example of a viral disease in animals?

Foot-and-mouth disease. It infects cattle, sheep, and pigs.


Why does Johns disease have a higher infection rate in dairy cattle than in Beef cattle?

Because of the close confignment of dairy cows. Beef cattle are not in close confignment.


What is the important symptom of brucellosis as a bacterial disease in Cattle?

Abortion


In 2001 an outbreak of hoof-and-mouth disease in Europe led to the burning of millions of cattle carcasses. As a result of this what happened to the supply of cattle hides?

The supply of cattle hides decreased.