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  1. Animal Health MATTERS [12.2]

    Contributor(s):: David H. Zeman

    Early Spring Cow Losses in Southwest South Dakota Director's Message, p 1The Cost of a Veterinary Medical Education, p 2Molecular Diagnostics: The “PCR” Lab at ADRDL Pieces and Parts, p 4Rabies Submission Reminder, ADRDL Hosts Heartland Veterinary Microbiology Annual...

  2. Animal Health MATTERS [16.03]

    Contributor(s):: Russ Daly, Jane Hennings

    SDSU’s ADRDL Receives Full Accreditation through AAVLD, p 1Director's Message: Being a “Game Changer”, Bailey Herd Health Conference to Focus on Food Animal Vaccination Considerations, p 2SDSU Creates Extension Position for Livestock Stewardship, Development of an...

  3. Animal Health MATTERS [08.02]

    Contributor(s):: David H. Zeman

    Head/Director's Message, Anthrax, High Risk Pathogen Biocontainment and the ADRDL, Anthrax in South Dakota, Summer 2005, p 1Transmission of Equine Influenza Virus to Dogs, p 3Reminder Avoid Contaminated Milk Samples, p 5Selenium Toxicosis in Horses and Cattle: Sampling, Diagnosis...

  4. Animal Health MATTERS [10.01]

    Contributor(s):: David H. Zeman

    Head/Director's Message, Specimens in| Results out Diagnostic News, BVD Tests Available at SDSU ADRDL, p 1The Scoop on Scoops, Top Ten Tips for Submissions to the Olson Biochemistry Lab, Holiday Hours, p 3New DOT Shipping Regulations in Effect Research News, Research...

  5. Animal Health MATTERS [09.02]

    Contributor(s):: David H. Zeman

    Head/Director's Message, Associate Director Named and Quality Moves Forward at the ADRDL Diagnostic News, Reminder: Changing Your Report Generator Password, ADRDL Quality System, p 1Holiday Hours Extension News, Survey of Anthrax-affected Producers: Affected and Non-affected...

  6. Animal Health MATTERS [15.03]

    Contributor(s):: David H. Zeman, Russ Daly

    SDSU Tracks Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease in South Dakota Cattle, p 1Director's Message: One last time...thanks for the memories, Question and answer Session: Dr. David Zeman, p 2Where the Diagnostic Process Starts: the ADRDL’s Specimen Receiving and Necropsy Sections, p 4Pre-Vet...

  7. Animal Health MATTERS [17.03]

    Contributor(s):: Russ Daly, Jane Hennings

    New Diagnostic/Research Faculty Bring Talents to SDSU, Dr. Diego Del, Dr. Joy Scaria, More New Hires to Start Soon at VBS Department, p 1Director's Message: “One Health” and the Importance of Training the Next Generation of Scientists, p 2Summary of BVDV-PI Testing at SDSU...

  8. Animal Health MATTERS [10.02]

    Contributor(s):: David H. Zeman

    Head/Director's Message Diagnostic News, Classical Swine Fever Surveillance (Hog Cholera) at the SDSU ADRDL, p 1Biopsy Service Changes at the ADRDL – Effective July 1, 2007, Listing of Pharmacies Offering Compounding Services for Veterinarians – April 2007, Holiday...

  9. Animal Health MATTERS [13.03]

    Contributor(s):: David H. Zeman, Russ Daly

    Olson Agricultural Analytical Services Laboratory Adapts to South Dakota Needs, p 1Director's Message—Service and Grants, Veterinarian Named 2010 SDSU Distinguished Young Alumnus, p 2Diagnostic Implications Following Use of a New IBR-PI3-BRSV Intranasal Vaccine, Extension Vet...

  10. Animal Health MATTERS [17.01]

    Contributor(s):: Russ Daly, Jane Hennings

    Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus Testing and Research in High Demand at SDSU’s ADRDL, Clinical Signs Associated with Swine Deltacoronavirus in a Northeastern Nebraska Sow Herd, p 1Director's Message: ADRDL Contributes to Animal Health Locally, Nationally, and Globally, p 2Dr. Step...

  11. Animal Health MATTERS [15.02]

    Contributor(s):: David H. Zeman, Russ Daly

    SDVMA and SDSU Initiate Stethoscope Ceremony for Outgoing Pre-Veterinary Students, p 1Director's Message: Planting Seeds for the Next Generation of Veterinarians in South Dakota, Dr. David Francis Honored at Retirement Ceremony, p 22012-2013 SDSU Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences...

  12. Animal Health MATTERS [11.02]

    Contributor(s):: David H. Zeman

    Head/Director's Message, Partnerships Matter Diagnostic News, Bovine Lead Poisoning: May and June are Peak Months for Diagnosis, p 1Holiday Hours, Water Suitability for Livestock, p 3Why can’t you just run it anyway? Research News, Research Spotlight: Dr. Chris Chase...

  13. Animal Health MATTERS [13.01]

    Contributor(s):: Russ Daly, David H. Zeman

    Iraqi Veterinarian Brings Veterinary-and Life-Experiences to ADRDL, p 1Director's Message — Tomorrow’s Veterinarians and the NAVMEC, Veterinarians with Current USDA Accreditation: Note Program Changes, p 2The Virology Section at SDSU’s ADRDL, p 4Fish Health and...

  14. Animal Health MATTERS [13.02]

    Contributor(s):: Jarett Bies, David H. Zeman, Russ Daly

    New Department Name Introduced in Campus Ceremony, p 1Director's Message: What’s in a Name?, p 2VBS Department Faculty Make Connections in China, ADRDL Personnel Gain Additional Proficiency Training for Foreign Animal Disease Testing, Embark on Test Validation Studies,...

  15. Animal Health MATTERS [17.02]

    Contributor(s):: Russ Daly, Jane Hennings

    ADRDL Welcomes Pathologist Pillatzki [Page] 1- More New Hires to Start Soon at VBS Department, p 1Director's Message: Addressing Critical Needs of the ADRDL—A White Paper, p 2Reporting Requirements for Swine Enteric Coronaviruses: What They Mean for Swine Producers and their...

  16. Animal Health MATTERS [18.01

    Contributor(s):: Russ Daly, Jane Hennings

    Contents:Latest Version of South Dakota “One Health” Meetings Explores Tuberculosis in Humans and Cattle, p 1Director's Message, Bailey Herd Health Conference Covers Connection Between Facilities and Animal Health, p 2Essential Behind the Scenes Work: Accounting and Human...

  17. The Effects of Owl Decoys and Non-Threatening Objects on Bird Feeding Behavior

    Contributor(s):: Leah Rensel, Jannell Wilder

    As traditional agricultural practices change, the scarecrow has also been renovated and modernized to include mock natural predators, such as owls, hawks, and falcons instead of comical human representations. These facsimiles represent an excellent opportunity to examine anti-predatory tactics...

  18. Condensed tannins reduce browsing and increase grazing time of free-ranging goats in semi-arid savannas

    Contributor(s):: Mkhize, N. R., Heitkonig, I. M. A., Scogings, P. F., Dziba, L. E., Prins, H. H. T., Boer, W. F. de

    Tannin concentrations fluctuate spatially and temporally within and among plant species, with consequences for forage quality of herbivores. The extent to which these fluctuations influence foraging activities of goats is not fully understood. While accounting for the effects of the time of the...

  19. Diurnal rhythms, locations and behavioural sequences associated with eliminative behaviours in fattening pigs

    Contributor(s):: Guo, YuGuang, Lian, XinMing, Yan, PeiShi

    Understanding eliminative behaviours in pigs is very important to maintain individual and pen cleanliness. In this experiment, twenty fattening pigs were housed in four concrete floor pens with a floor space of 3.25 m 2 per pig and free accessibility of outdoor runs. We studied the diurnal...

  20. Effects of different dietary protein levels during rearing and different dietary energy levels during lay on behaviour and feather cover in broiler breeder females

    Contributor(s):: Emous, R. A. van, Kwakkel, R., Krimpen, M. van, Hendriks, W.

    An experiment was conducted to determine the effects of different dietary protein levels during rearing and different dietary energy levels during lay on behaviour and feather cover in broiler breeder females. A 2*3*2 factorial arrangement of treatments was used. A total of 2880 Ross 308...