In veterinary circles, we sometimes think of BRD management as a triad with three points of influence — the pathogen, the animal and husbandry practices. Understanding each point can help veterinarians and producers focus on the essential elements (i.e., trigger points) that may contribute to BRD, possibly leading to prevention or early detection/treatment. Management practices are a key factor in helping to prevent and treat BRD. BRD continues to be a looming issue in the cattle industry.1
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1USDA. (2013). Feedlot 2011 Part IV: Health and health management on U.S. feedlots with a capacity of 1,000 or more head. USDA website. Available at: https://www.aphis.usda.gov/animal_health/nahms/feedlot/downloads/feedlot2011/Feed11_dr_PartIV.pdf. Accessed July 31, 2017.