It’s a busy time of year for cattle producers, who are turning pairs out to pasture. During the summer months, South Dakota State University Extension cow/calf specialist Taylor Grussing says producers should watch for pinkeye and foot rot. “We’re already seeing some foot rot show up in cattle that were in muddy lots and now in wet pastures,” says Grussing. “The moisture also brings out the mosquitoes and flies, so putting in some fly tags or adding IGR to your mineral can help.” Grussing also reminds producers to have their bulls tested before turnout. “There could have been some injury with the long, cold winter we had.” Listen to the full interview.