Pinkeye, or infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis (IBK), poses a significant health challenge for cattle, particularly during the summer grazing season. It is a contagious disease that causes inflammation of the cornea and the conjunctiva, leading to potential eye damage and economic losses. High Plains Feed & Seed understands the importance of preventing pinkeye and offers a range of solutions to help cattle producers in the Minot, ND area maintain healthy herds.
As cattle producers, it’s important to understand the nutritional needs of your herd to avoid costly and unexpected consequences such as down cows during calving season. The three most common causes of down cows are milk fever, winter/grass tetany, and pregnancy toxemia, which can be avoided by providing a well-balanced diet that supplies adequate energy […]