My name is Dr. Cody W. Faerber. I am the
owner and founder of Animal Health Publications / Infovets and a
practicing veterinarian. I graduated from Colorado State University in
1998 and have been practicing mixed animal medicine and surgery since that
“As a practicing
veterinarian in Idaho and Utah, I recognized that dairy owners
require and deserve access to better educational materials and training
information than is presently available. Our manuals and Internet site
are the resources that will assist you in providing superior health care
for your animals.
Our materials combine the efforts and
veterinarians, nutritionists, extension agents, university faculty, and
many other professionals,
individual producers and owners.
Imagine an owner or producer who has instant access to expert information
in each of the above fields.
No other set of resources provides such a
diverse amount of information in such a concise and readily accessible
Owner: Rod Swainston, Herdsman, RC Dairy
"As a dairy producer, I find the
information very understandable and easy to locate. I use this manual
hand-in-hand with the guidance of my local veterinarian."
Ph.D., College of Southern Idaho
“The information contained in these manuals
is concise, accurate, and easy to find. Moreover, the text information is
complemented with outstanding photographs of procedures and products.”
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Here at Infovets we put together some of the best minds in the
industry to write and combine their professional and tested knowledge into
one uniformed reference guide on how to provide not only just care for the
sick, but also, how to help prevent problems from even occurring. Just
take a look at what we provide in the Dairy Production manual:
500 pages of detailed information on dairy production, nutrition, products,
and cattle diseases.
of Video clips and thousands of hyper links
Health and Management:
Going through information
such as Biosecurity (providing a safe and healthy environment for your
herd or animal), Dairy Cattle Nutrition, Dairy Cattle Reproduction management, Vaccines
Observations and Procedures:
Taking a temperature, Embryo Transfer, Artificial Insemination, Checking Hydration, Body Condition
Scoring, Physical Examinations, etc.
Tests and Diagnostics:
Mastitis test (for milking animals), pH testing, Complete blood count,
Culture and Sensitivity, Serology, and Virus Isolation, etc.
Flowcharts for Specific
Symptoms: Causes for fever,
lameness, lumps on jaw, neck or leg, Weight Loss, etc.
Problems and Treatments:
Covering information on dairy cattle diseases such as BVD, Pink eye, Warts,
Foot rot, Skin Diseases, Pneumonia, Shipping fever, Diarrhea, Fever, Bloat
and Parasite Control Products:
What products are available
to treat your herd or animal when they get sick.
Antibiotics and Anti-inflammatory Agents:
Injectable and Oral Products.
Miscellaneous Injectable Products:
Supplements, Hormones, and
Oral Solutions, Oral
Products, Supplements, and Antiseptics.
Definitions of medical terms.
Learn how to save money $$$$$ and hassle by
preventing problems before they even start.
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All the above is
available in our printed book that we provide. Now if you get our
version we include everything listed above, but also we included how-to
video clips, hyperlinks, cross referencing and many more features that you
just can't get with an ordinary printed book.
We also provide
access to our manual via our website. This means you can get a yearly
subscription to an electronic version of the small ruminant manual.
All subscribers will
also be able to have access to
online feature that allows you to post
questions to our qualified Veterinarians. You can also read postings that
other customers have made and read the answers they have received.
Remember that old
cliché? The more you put into life the more you get out of it. The same
is true here. If you put as much time and resource as you can into
maintaining the health and well being of an animal, the better production
you will get from that animal, whether it be for meat or milk.
Now I know what some
of you are thinking, “Hey I can do this, this is a great product.” To
you I say, DON'T WAIT GO BUY
THIS NOW! Now to you out
there that are saying “I can't do this I'm not a vet,” let me tell you
that I understand your concerns. Our intention is not to replace your
local Veterinarian, or to even turn you into one. Our intentions are to
give you the best possible chance of understanding when an animal may be
sick and what you need to do. What happens if you can't get a hold of
your vet for any reason, or what happens if the vet is just not sure what
may be wrong? Use our material to better understand...
You have the ability
as well to use our material as a
measure. Use the information to protect
your animals from outside influences that could make them sick, or not
produce to their potential. Not only that, recognize early signs and
warnings that will allow you to lower your cost on medicine and vet
material and see for yourself first hand what we provide. I believe
you'll agree that nothing else out there gives you more complete and
up-to-date information. If you have any questions, please feel free to
call and ask for our customer service.
Oh, and did I
mention that we update and upgrade each product once a year?
That’s right, every year we will go
through our material and update what needs to be changed. That may be
functionality of the program or user friendliness, to actually updating
the information that we provide.
Go ahead, see for
yourself what others have learned.
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