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National Buffalo Association Publication Archives

 
The current National Bison Association was formed in 1995 by the merging of the National Buffalo Association and The American Bison Association. Prior to the merge the official publication of the former National Buffalo Association was called "Buffalo!". Presented below are some articles of interest (to me at least) from various issues of Buffalo! This material is subject to copyright and appears here courtesy of the US National Bison Association.


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Doc Ken's Korner - Creep Feeding Calves
Dr. Ken Throlson, Buffalo!, Vol 14, No.6, November - December, 1986.

This short article by the original "buffalo vet" briefly discusses creep feeding for bison calves.




Doc Ken's Korner - Mineral Supplementation
Dr. Ken Throlson, Buffalo!, Vol 15, No.2, March - April, 1987.

This short article by the original "buffalo vet" briefly discusses mineral supplementation in bison. Contains an interesting comment about phosporous.




Disease Control Guide - Clostridial Diseases
from The Drover's Journal, Cattle Disease Control Guide
Buffalo!, Vol 15, No.3, May - June, 1987.

All about disease caused by Clostridial bacteria, with a list of vaccines, antitoxins and antimicrobials used in cattle. By the way, none of these are licensed for use in bison!




Doc Ken's Korner - Buffalo Bulls Part 1 - Inbreeding
Dr. Ken Throlson, Buffalo!, Vol 15, No.4, July - August, 1987.

This short article by the original "buffalo vet" briefly discusses the consequences of inbreeding in bison and cautions against buying bulls from unfamiliar herds.




Doc Ken's Korner - Buffalo Bulls Part2 -
Dr. Ken Throlson, Buffalo!, Vol 15, No.6, November - December, 1987.

This short article by the original "buffalo vet" briefly discusses semen testing in bison.


Disease Control Guide - Leptospirosis
from The Drover's Journal, Cattle Disease Control Guide
Buffalo!, Vol 15, No.6, November - December, 1987.

All about disease caused by Leptospire bacteria, with a list of vaccines, and antimicrobials used in cattle. By the way, none of these are licensed for use in bison!




Stress Trigers Coccidiosis, Robs Cattlemen of Profits
David Bechtol and Tim Jordan, from The Drover's Journal,
Buffalo!, Vol 16, No.1, January-February, 1988.

This short article  briefly discusses coccidiosis and stress.
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