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Detecting, isolating diseases while rebuilding herds after drought


Detecting, isolating diseases while rebuilding herds after drought
Texas Animal Health Commission Executive Director and State Veterinarian Dee Ellis addresses state cattlemen during their annual convention July 26 in Bastrop.


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BASTROP -- What do the past state legislative session and the animal health industry have in common? Plenty, if you ask the state veterinarian with the Texas Animal Health Commission. Dr. Dee Ellis, executive director and state veterinarian, addressed the impact of diseases in the cattle industry, and gave an overview of the last legislative session during the Independent Cattlemen’s Association of Texas (ICA) convention in late June. . . .

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