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Weekly Newsletter, Monthly Newsletter, Yearly Newsletter from cattle and deer veterinarians Dr. Paul Whittington and Dr. A. Jacques Fuselier.

Newsletter October 2016

Lameness in Whitetail Deer Lameness is a generic term used to describe foot or leg pain that causes an animal to walk abnormally.  Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines lameness as having an injured leg or foot that makes walking difficult or painful. Lameness in Whitetail deer can be due to a bacterial infection or trauma.  Early recognition,…
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Newsletter October 2016

Lameness in Whitetail Deer Lameness is a generic term used to describe foot or leg pain that causes an animal to walk abnormally.  Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines lameness as having an injured leg or foot that makes walking difficult or painful. Lameness in Whitetail deer can be due to a bacterial infection or trauma.  Early recognition,…
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January 2016 Newsletter

Hemorrhagic Disease in Whitetail Deer A. Jacques Fuselier, DVM, DABVP, DACT Paul Whittington, DVM Anyone who has been involved with the deer industry for longer than a day knows the devastation Hemorrhagic Disease has on a deer herd. The term “Hemorrhagic Disease” refers to infection with either Bluetongue virus (BTV) or Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease virus…
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September 2015 Newsletter: White-Tailed Deer Artificial Insemination

Factors that affect A.I. success in White-tailed deer Artificial Insemination in White-Tailed Deer Jacques Fuselier, DVM, DABVP, DACT Paul A. Whittington, DVM Whittington Veterinary Clinic Introduction There are many factors that affect pregnancy results following artificial insemination (A.I.) in White-tailed Deer (WTD).  Understanding these factors help White-Tailed Deer producers and veterinarians improve the success of…
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