Volume VIII Number 3 May/June 2000


Editor's Desk -- Beef Quality Assurance: A Very Good Thing


Subacute Acidosis: An Often Unobserved Thief


Beef Exports Strong: Japan, Mexico Import Most U.S. Beef


Research Focuses on Cattle Bruised by Hail


Protecting Cattle from Liver Abscesses pays Dividends


Producers Convey Opposition to Proposed Marketing Restrictions


Animal Welfare As a Trade barrier


Vaccinating Kicks Off Complex Process


The Real Antibiotics Issue, Part III The Most At Risk


Beef Symposium Scheduled for June


Drought, Corn Prices Could Determine Future


Cow's Milk May Hold the Key to Protecting Meat From E-Coli Bacteria


Implanting Calves Makes Sense -- and Money


Water - It Can't Be Limited


Water Quality for Feedlot Cattle






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