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Russ Daly

Professor, SDSU Extension Veterinarian, State Public Health Veterinarian

605-688-6589

Animal Disease Research 107
Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences-Box 2175
University Station
Brookings, SD 57007

Russ serves as a resource on animal health issues for veterinarians, Extension professionals and educators, allied professionals and livestock producers.

State & Regional Offices

SDSU Campus

Also by Russ Daly

Barn damaged by a windstorm.

Tetanus: A Storm Aftermath Problem for Animals

Of all the challenges faced by animal caretakers in the wake of damaging storms, Tetanus is a potentially serious disease that might not appear for days or weeks later. Learn some expert tips for recognizing, treating and preventing it.

Closeup of a male bison's face, centered on its eye.

USDA FSA: Bison herds affected with Mycoplasma bovis now eligible for livestock assistance programs, carcass disposal assistance also available

The U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency has announced that bison death losses resulting from Mycoplasma bovis are now eligible for the livestock indemnity program, retroactive for 2021.

Brown and white cow grazing on standing cornstalks

Considerations for Grazing Standing Corn

Grazing standing corn is a viable option to supply nutrients to livestock. However, mitigating risk is critical to ensure healthy animals and optimize crops.