Pests of Animals
The state's animal industries contend with a variety of pests. Parasites and diseases like blackhead, coccidiosis, and mastitis are only some of the challenges faced by producers in Georgia. Here, Extension offers publications and other resources to help Georgia farmers and ranchers prevent and cope with pests of animals.
Commercial and Professional Publications
- Managing Mastitis in Dairy Heifers to Improve Overall Herd Health
- Internal Parasite Control in Beef Cattle
- Selenium in Georgia Soils and Forages: Importance in the Livestock Industry
- Nitrate Toxicity
For the latest news about Extension, visit Georgia FACES. News you can use about Georgia family, agricultural, consumer and enviromental sciences.
- UGA-Tifton Campus holds annual Agricultural and Environmental Awareness Day
- Forage pest having major impact
- Most ground-nesting bees are useful pollinators
- UGA manual helps businesses, homeowners fight pests
- Bulldog 100 names several UGA agriculture graduates to 2013 list
- Chuck Bargeron named to Invasive Species Advisory Committee
- Jean and Rob Fowler to receive CAES Medallion of Honor
- Gabon and Georgia strike a deal to foster agricultural development
- UGA team wins national title in insect knowledge competition
- UGA study finds essential-oil blend reduces salmonella contamination
- Catfish Inventory Losses
Explains catfish losses from winter, disease, and size constraints and recommends some ways to increase production.
- Mad Cow Disease Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy
Provides answers to questions about the disease from beef consumers.
- Widely Prevalent Viruses of the United States
Lists Georgia viruses by scientific and common name.