Want to Boost Profit Margins?
Start with a Solid Herd Health Program.

Keeping cattle healthy is not only important for animal well-being, it's the best way to trim costs and boost your bottom line. At the center of every herd health program is a strong working relationship with your veterinarian. He or she knows the disease challenges on your operation, and can recommend protocols and management strategies that will help your cattle achieve your performance goals.

Calf Health

From birth to weaning, taking steps to build immunity, provide sound nutrition and minimize losses from parasites can help set calves up for a lifetime of productivity.

Reproductive Management

Help prevent costly reproductive diseases and synchronize your herd for a more consistent calf crop.

Respiratory Health

On U.S. cow/calf operations, bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is the leading cause of death in nursing calves three weeks of age and over.1 Learn how to reduce environmental stressors, build herd immunity and effectively treat BRD.

Clostridial Diseases and Pinkeye

From pinkeye to clostridial diseases such as blackleg and overeating disease, bacterial infections can negatively impact cattle well-being and your bottom line. Pick up tips on how to protect your herd.

Parasite Management

Discover how parasites impact your herd and steps you can take to control infestations.

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Parasite Management

Discover how parasites impact your herd and steps you can take to control infestations.

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Beef Products

To help keep your cattle in top condition, you can rely on Boehringer lngelheim for a broad range of products, including:

To help keep your cattle in top condition, you can rely on Boehringer lngelheim for a broad range of products, including:

1USDA. Beef 2007-08, Part IV: Reference of beef cow-calf management practices in the United States, 2007-08. USDA:APHIS;VS, CEAH. Fort Collins, CO. #523.0210, 2010.

Contact Information

  • Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health USA Inc.

    Cattle Division

    3239 Satellite Blvd NW,
    Duluth, GA 64506

    • Phone 866-638-2226
    • Fax 816-326-9167
    • e-mail