May 17, 2013

Farm Animals and Medication

Filed under: Farm Animals — Tags: , , — Dr. Amber Reed @ 4:38 pm

Farm Animal HealthThroughout life, there are times when we all feel under the weather and other times when we feel on top of the world.  Not surprisingly, when we are sick we often look to modern medicine to make us healthy again.  Yet while humans hardly hesitate to seek prescription drugs, we may or may not help our animals with animal prescription drugs.  However, farm animals also suffer from bacterial and viral diseases and infections and in many cases farm animal medications are necessary to cure their illnesses.  Furthermore, parasites can also cause health problems for farm animals and need the proper farm animal medications.

Clearly, farm animal prescription drugs, much like pet meds, are used to serve two purposes to treat disease and to prevent disease.  In most cases, you can find effective drugs from a pet pharmacy or other reputable source.  Many conditions cannot be prevented and farm animal medications are especially useful for treating bacterial or viral infections.  In addition, even treatment offers prevention as by curing an animal’s illness you can prevent other animals in the flock or herd from becoming ill.  Furthermore, preventative farm animal medications can help to ensure the welfare and health of animals throughout their lives.  Vaccinations and other preventative animal prescription drugs are necessary for keeping farm animals healthy.

While we may not always show the same concern about farm animal health as we do about pet health, the fact remains that farmers make their money from their animals.  Maintaining the health of farm animals is one of the most important jobs of a farmer and farm animal medications help.  As medical technology advances, farm animal prescription drugs have become safer and more effective.  Nowadays, many illnesses affecting farm animals can be treated quickly and easily through the use of the right farm animal medications.

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