This article discusses common diseases in show animals and how to prevent them.
Images of major poisonous plants are presented to assist livestock owners with plant recognition. Toxic effects are also mentioned.
This articlle describes a disease of sheep and goats called caseous lymphadenitis. CL is caused by the bacterium Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and is manifested by abscesses of the lymph nodes and occasionallyof the internal organs.
Floppy Kid Syndrome can affect very young kids, causing profound weakness. This fact sheet describes the signs of this syndrome and how to treat it.
Predator control is an important part of raising sheep and goats. This fact sheet describes management alternatives to predator control.
Copper toxicity can occur following ingestion of excess copper in feed or minerals over time. Stress can induce the acute form of this disease, which can be deadly.
Contagious ecthyma is a pox-like disease that causes a contagious skin inflammation in sheep and goats. This fact sheet describes the signs of this disease and how to control it.
Azaleas are a common ornamental plant in Louisiana. But they can be deadly to livestock, especially goats. This fact sheet explains what can happen when goats consume azaleas.
Pseudopregnancy is a condition of goats that is characterized by accumulation of fluid in the uterus. This fact sheet describes the common signs of this condition and what to do once it's diagnosed.