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Producers need a veterinary prescription to buy antibiotic products.
Learn how to recognize livestock or animal abuse and how to report it.
Learn about prevention and treatment of African Swine Fever.
Learn about prevention and treatment of anthrax in livestock.
Information on identifying blue-green algae and how to treat it.
Body condition scoring is a management tool designed to assess body reserves or fat accumulation of an animal which examines the nutritional status of your herd.
Information on detecting and the transmission of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE).
Find the results from a survey that was administered in late 2015 to gauge perceptions and thoughts regarding BSE testing in Saskatchewan.
What the general public needs to know about the evolution of Chronic Wasting Disease and its implications for human and animal health.
View the most recent Codes of Practice, which are the national guidelines for the care and handling of farm animals.
Information on Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1), a disease that affects horses.
Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA), also known as Swamp Fever, is a viral disease of horses, donkeys and mules around the world.
Guidelines for feeding horses during the winter.
Information on the risks, prevention and spread of Foot and Mouth Disease.
Information on Fusarium Head Blight disease.
Guidelines to help horse owners keep their horses healthy.
Information on causes, symptoms and prevention for Malignant Catarrhal Fever disease.
Information on symptoms and treatment for Nitrate Toxicity.
Laboratory-confirmed cases of any notifiable livestock diseases must be reported within 24 hours of confirmation to the Chief Veterinary Officer.
Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PED) is a viral disease of pigs.
Protect your herd by registering for Saskatchewan Premises Identification, an integral part of Canada's traceability system.
Find information on the affects of Prussic Acid and Greenflax with Livestock.
To protect the health and safety of the Saskatchewan human and domestic animal populations, a provincial rabies response program has been developed.
Learn about how to use snow as a water source for livestock in winter.
This fact sheet will discuss the implications of the vitamin shortage to ruminants and modified ruminant animals.
Learn about the dangers of west nile virus in horses and what to do if you suspect your horse has west nile.
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