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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

Extension veterinarian - Serve as resource on animal health issues for veterinarians, Extension professionals and educators, allied professionals and livestock producers.

Also by Russ Daly

female veterinarian standing in front of a small group of black cows

South Dakota One Health Efforts Look at Antibiotic Use and Other Connections Between Animals and People

November 04, 2019

South Dakota One Health is a collaborative effort that promotes a deeper understanding of the connections between the health of people, animals and the environment.

Beef Cattle, Swine, Dairy Cattle, Sheep, Animal Health

A large swine barn at the edge of a field.

Pork Producers and the One Health Movement: Actions at the State Level

The term “One Health” has been coined to describe the concept that the health of people, animals and their environment are inextricably linked. The most commonly considered examples of One Health in practice are zoonotic diseases. For pork producers, influenza strains that originate in pigs, but pass to people are a pertinent example.

Oat plants exhibiting crown rust symptoms.

Does Crown Rust in Oats Cause Problems for Livestock?

The weather conditions during the spring and summer of 2019 contributed to many challenges for farmers and livestock producers. For crop producers, one of those issues is crown rust in oats. The abundance of this crop disease has raised questions for livestock producers.