Where can we turn to protect our state's herds?
Orange is the Answer. Oklahoma State University scientists have developed a screening tool for anaplasmosis
in livestock, which has the potential to save producers a lot of time and money. “The
cool thing about this diagnostic test is that it can test for the actual species and
is more specific to how a veterinarian should care for the animals,” said Justin Talley,
professor and OSU Extension livestock entomologist. “This test can differentiate between
species of the Anaplasma genera, which allows treatment to be more precise.”