Trichomoniasis or Trich is a veneral disease of cattle that can be economically devastating for infected herds. Trich once was a problem for cattle herds in the Western United States. But Trich has made its way to Kansas and infected cattle have been detected in our area.
Come learn more about Trich, and how local cattle producers can control and prevent the spread of the disease. Representatives from KSU Veterinary School, USDA – Animal Plant Health Inspection Service and the Kansas Animal Health Department, will provide information and answer any questions cattle producers might have on Trich, on Monday, December 3rd at the Russell County 4-H building.
A meal is being served at 6:30 p.m. and the program starts at 7:00 p.m. RSVP is requested by Thursday, November 29th to the Russell County Extension Office, call 785-483-3157 or email firstname.lastname@example.org