In light of the substantial market disruptions due to COVID-19, the original study plans for the National Animal Health Monitoring System's (NAHMS) Health Management on U.S. Feedlots 2020 Study were revisited and the study was delayed until 2021.
From March through August 2021, the USDA’s National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS), in collaboration with the National Agricultural Statistics Service, will conduct a national study focusing on cattle health and management on U.S. feedlots with at least 50 head. The NAHMS Health Management on U.S. Feedlots 2021 study is designed to provide a snapshot of current feedlot cattle health management practices. The information collected will also allow for the analysis of trends in specific topics related to cattle health, based on previous NAHMS feedlot studies.
Cattle Identification on U.S. Feedlots (pdf 664kb 9/13)
Feedlot '99 Part III: Health Management and Biosecurity in U.S. Feedlots (pdf 1.8mb 12/00)
Feedlot '99 Part II: Baseline Reference of Feedlot Health and Health Management (pdf 1.8mb 11/00)
Feedlot '99 Part I: Baseline Reference of Feedlot Management Practices (pdf 932mb 5/00)
Changes in the U.S. Feedlot Industry: 1994-1999 (pdf 436kb 8/00)
Cattle on Feed Evaluation 1994 Part II: Feedlot Health Management Report (pdf 3.1mb 4/95)
Cattle on Feed Evaluation 1994 Part I: Feedlot Management Practices (pdf 2.9mb 1/95)
The Veterinarian's Role in Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention of Multidrug Resistant Salmonella typhimurium DT104 (Bovine Practitioner article, 5/98)