One Health strategies help farm family navigate outbreak
For Tyler and Nancy Haraga, March 10, 2018, will forever stand out in their minds. It had been a brutal winter, with unrelenting cold and record snowfall that persisted into March. As the cold lingered and the calves arrived, Tyler started to notice a few sick calves. “There were a couple with scours, and we never have had scours.” He attributed it to the unusually harsh conditions. At first, the calves seemed to respond to treatment, but as more calves hit the ground, Tyler realized there was a major problem.