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Unformatted text preview: © 2003 Fort Dodge Animal Health. All rights reserved. Certified Processing Map . Rglgégjgfi Owner Date Date Weaned Projected Sale Date Address Phone # No. of Head: Steers Heifers Bulls Description of Cattle Avg. Wt. ID: Right Ear Left Ear Ear Tag ColorfNumbers intranasal IN ,..——— MK oral/drench Fl intravenous {0 I (IV) right ear (RE) left ear (LE) Dose Serial/Lotti Date Administered Crew Initials IM 50 OH -- -— TP IN IV -— TF‘ IN IV 'M 5° °R — TP IN IV ' | IM 50 OR TP IN IV TP IN IV 91:- IIIII f? is. TP IN 5V TP IN IV TF IN IV IM = Intramuscular. so = Subcutaneous, OH = oral, T? = topical, IN = inlranasal. IV = intravenous Comments/other rocednres, i.e., dates of dehornin , castration, etc. Fort Dodge Animal Health Products Anthelmintics Pharmaceuticals CYDECTINcm Pour—on Aurcomycin" Sol. Powder Synanthic® 22.5% Rx & 9.06% Flunixamine® Rx Vaccines Sulrnet” Soluble Powder PYRAMIDQ Sulmct‘” Oblflts® Triangle” Vetisulid‘” Injection TrichGuard‘” ReCovrm Injection Rx Presponse® Polyflex® Rx TriVib 5L0 Growth Implants PRISM” SYNOVEXQC, S, H, Choice & Plus 1 certify that calves listed on this record have been treated as indicated and that proof of compliance may be required. date date Veterinarian’s Signature OwnerlOperator’s Signature \uhitn r-nnir (nrininan _ laugh "with runH-In nlnlr nnnu t-A nntArInnvInn unllnui nan-t +n fl‘llflfi' DF'# L0135C 4f03 ©Copyright 1992 Society For Theriogenology FCQ USE OF HENBERS ONLY Bull Breeding Soundness Evaluation Guidelines Established by Society for Theriogenology P.O. Box 2118. Hastings. NE 68902-2118 Phonet402 MEGS—0392 FAXi402 )46 I —4 I 03 Case No‘ Date: -I- . l ten . a Zl- ID. No: Brand Cl Tattoo El Ear Ta- Cl Tole-hone: ( ) Birth Date: ‘ Aemo): History: Previous 355 Date:_.________ Case No.________ Classification: Physical Examination Semen Examination Body Condition Score ThinEl Moderate I3 GoodD ObeseEi Collection Method: EECI AVCJ MassageEl Beei‘ I.2,3.4,5.6.7.8,9 Pelvic HL__WIdth_Area_.__ Response: ErectionD ProtrusionlIl EjaculationD Dairy l,2.3,4,5 V - Semen Ejaculate Ejaculate Feet/Legs D Characteristics I 2 Eyes D ' ' Gross - ‘ Motility (or) ‘ Vesicular Glands C] individual (R) - inguinal Rings [:1 R Primary Abnormalities - ' Penis / Prepuce I] 8 Secondary Abnormalities - Testes / Spermatlc Cord [I W8C, RBC. Other - emawvmms a —- scrotumsmoe) o —- Other . ' CLASSIFICATION Imapnmlon «an m from this emanation SCROTAL CIRCUMFERENCE (CM) _ wouid Imlicued, m this boil I: a: This bull has been examined for physical soundness nd quality of [:1 Satisfactory potential breeder semen only. Unless otherwise noted. no diagnostic tests were undertaken for iibido. mating ability or Infectious disease status I: Unsatisfactory potential breeder of this bull. Ci Classification Deferred Remarks and Interpretation (Diagnosis, prognosis, recommendations) 7 Re-examination recommended on Date Signed: Member-Society for Theriogenology Clinic Name: Flei‘ererme Tables for Evaluation of Scrotal Circumference aria Spermiogr‘am Minimum Recommended Scrotal Circumference SCtCM) Minimum Recommended Motility is: 303 or FAIR (F) Mass Activity (Gross) Rating Individual Rapid Swirling Very Good (VG) Slower Swirling ' Good (G) > l8 < 21 M0 Generalized Oscillation Fair (F) >2i <_24l*lO -— Sperm Morphology Minimum Recommended Morphology is: 70% Normal Cells Sporadic Oscillation Poor (P) Underdeveloped Small normal heads Double forms Giant and short broad heads Acrosome defect (eg. knobbed acrosome) Narrow heads Crater/Diadem defect Pear-shaped defect Abnormal contour Small abnormal heads Free abnormal heads Abnormal m idpiece Free normal heads Detached. Folded. Loose acrosomal membranes Abaxial implantation Distal droplet Simple bent tail Terminally coiled tail Proximal droplet W Strongly folded or coiled tail Epithelial cells Accessory tails Erythrocytes Medusa formations Sperm precursor cells Round cells White blood cells For more information on sperm morphology refer to: Abnormal Morpoiooy of Bovine Spermatozoa. I AD. Barth and no. Oko. 1989. Iowa State University Press. Amos. l to be classified a Satisfactory Potential Breeder, requires a satisfactory Physical Examination and minimum values for Scrotal Circumference, Motility and Morphology. Any bull not meeting minimums is classified either as an Unsatisfactory Potential Breeder or classification may be Deferred at the discretion of the evaluator. *it should be noted that it is common for yearling bulls. due to immaturity, to require a secocc fertility examination to achieve satisfactory polemic? breeder status. Injections Regardless of animal age, injections (All "it and routine SQ medications and vaccines) should be given in front of the shoulders— never in the rump or back leg. Ask that all medications be given Sub—Q. IV or orally if possible. It is against NC— BQA guidelines to give 30 injections along the ribs. Giving injections above the curve of the ribs could cause excessive trim in the area of the “rib—roll” or "prime rib” cut of meat. lf intramuscular (IM) medications must be used, administer them in the neck and never exceed 10 cc per IM injection site. if 24 so is the calculated dose. use 3, 8 cc injections instead of 2, 12 cc injections. Bent and Broken Needles Improper animal restraint is the root of most bent needle problems. If a needle bends, stop immediately and replace it. Do not straighten it and use it again. While very rare, you and your veterinarian must determine how animals Will be handled should a needle break off in the neck muscle. A broken needle is an emergency and time will be of the essence. Broken needles migrate in tissue and if not immediately handled will be impossible to find, requiring the animal to be destroyed. Under no circumstances can animals with broken needles be sent to a packer. Purchasing high quality needles, changing and discarding damaged needles and providing proper restraint are all preventative measures. Needle Selection \fisit with your veterinarian if you have any questions about the following needle selection information for vaccines, antibiotics and supportive therapies. Needles contribute to injection site defects. Use needles that are no larger than necessary to adequately complete the injection, but large enough to prevent needle bending or breaking off in muscle tissue. The leading cause of needle bending is Improper restraint, but using dull, damaged or poor quality needles may also contribute to the problem. Under no circumstances can animals with broken needles in them be sent to a packer. - Primary considerations in needle selection: 1. Route of administration, 2. Size of animal, _ _ 3. Location or site of injection (NC-BOA requires all injections be given in the neck) Secondary consideration In needle selection: Viscosity and volumelamount of fluid injected These considerations are the basis for the ouidelines listed in the foilowin table: Route of Administration SO N [M 1.12 to 3“ inch needle 1 112 inch needle 1 to 1 1l2 inch needle Cattle Weight Cattle Weight Cattle Weight <300 300—700 >700 300-700 >700 Thin 18 18-16 16 18-16 16 16-14 20-18 18-16 18-16 Exa I: Saline ‘9“99 93"“ 031100 cause sauce sauna gauge gauge sauce Thick 1846 18-16 16 16 16-14 16-14 18 16 15 Exe le:0x 1m line 93"!“ sauce sauce gauge gauge gauge gauge gauge gauge SELECT THE NEEDLE TO WE (114E SMALLEST PRACTICAL SIZE WITHOUT SENDING) Needle selection and use in a nut shell: Use proper restraint and high quality needles. Select needle size to fit the size of the cattle. Diameter (gauge) to fit the viscosity, adjusted to the cattle weight. Length to fit the route of administration, adjusted to the cattle weight. Change needles immediately ifthe needle bends (DO NOT USE A BENT NEEDLE). If needles become contaminated with feces, dirt, 0r irritating chemicals. if the needle point is damagedlburr develops. Before the needle becomes dull (every 10 to 15 cattle). Between cattle with KNOWN blood borne infeoticus disease. Follow your veterinarians instructions. Needle care Protect needles from contamination (feces, dirt or irritating chemicals). Store unused needles in protected area. Disinfectants (DO NOT USE DiSiNFECTANTS ON NEEDLES USED FOR FLUID INJECTABLES) Disinfectants Kill MLV vaccines. Disinfectants Cause Severe Tissue irritation. Route of administration When possible select injectable products that can be given SQ or iV. if you must use a product iM: Give injection in the neck region Do not exceed 10 cc per site Property space injections ...
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