James England, DVM
College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Campus Locations: Caine Veterinary Teaching Center, Caldwell, ID
Caine Veterinary and Teaching Center
B.S - Bacteriology, 1968
Ph.D - Veterinary Virology
1981 - Doctor or Veterinary Medicine
Infectious, Respiratory and Johne's Diseases in beef cattle.
Professor and Virologist at the Caine Veterinary Teaching Center (CVTC) in Caldwell, Idaho. Dr. England’s teaching in clinical veterinary medicine, since 1995 at the CVTC, consists of beef cattle and small ruminate production medicine and management in rural Idaho. Dr. England coordinates the beef calving, feedlot, small ruminant and lambing blocks for the Washington-Idaho veterinary medical education program at the Caine Center.
Dr. England also functions as Extension Veterinarian for the University of Idaho. He is a member of the NCBA cattle well-being committee, USAHA Committee on Infectious Diseases of Cattle, Bison and Lama and serves on the Idaho State Department of Agriculture Trichomonas Task Force and The Johne’s Advisory Committee. He is Co-chair of the AAVLD Virology Committee.
Dr England’s areas of interest are infectious diseases of cattle, respiratory disease of nursing beef calves, control of Johne’s disease in beef cattle and the application of electronic identification for beef cattle operations. Outreach programs include beef cattle production medicine and management, herd health programs for beef cattle and small ruminant operations, laboratory diagnostics and biosecurity. He serves as the veterinarian of record for the Nancy M. Cummings Research Extension & Education Center (NMCREEC) in Salmon.
James England, a native Idahoan, currently living in Emmett, Idaho. He received a BS in bacteriology from the University of Idaho in 1968, a Ph.D., in 1972 in veterinary virology and a DVM in 1981 from Colorado State University. Dr. England was President of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, 1993, and President of the Idaho Veterinary Medical Association, 2005, and. Idaho Veterinarian of the Year, 2007.
Proceedings / Peer Reviewed
Fluid and Electrolyte Therapy. JJ England and S Williams. In review. Cow Calf Management Guide and Cattle Producer’s Library. WBRC.
Calf Scours; Cause, Prevention, Control and Treatment, James J. England, Shannon Williams and Peder L. Cuneo, Cow-Calf Management Guide, In Press.
Published, 2009 Ed.
Vaccination and Immunization: Vaccination programs for Cattle operations, James J. England, Roger Ellis and Peder L. Cuneo, Cow-Calf Management Guide,
Published, 2009 Ed.
Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis. James J. England, Cow-Calf Management Guide, Submitted.
Published, 2009 E.,
Mycoplasmosis. Kerry Rood and James J. England, Cow-Calf Management Guide, Submitted.
Published, 2009 Ed.
Idaho Beef Producer’s Vaccine Fact Sheet and Guidelines. D. Gunn, S. Jenson, J. England. University of Idaho extension. September, 2010.
Leptospirosis. J England. Cow-calf Management Guide. Re-written and submitted. Oct. 2011.
Pinkeye. J. England and D. Thain. Cow-calf Management Guide. Re-written and submitted. Oct, 2011.
Cattlemen’s Vaccine Handling and Management Guidelines. D. Gunn, K. S. Jensen, J. England, S. Williams, C. Parsons, T. Hudson. PNW. Submitted.
Vaccination and Immunization: Vaccination Program for Weanling Calves, Fall 2009, Line Rider.
Equine Herpesvirus Type 1: Background and Recommended Vaccination Program. Qwyhee County Extension Newsletter. July 2011.
Pinkeye season is upon us. Qwyhee County Extension Newsletter. July 2011.
Equine Herpesvirus Type 1: Background and Recommended Vaccination Program. Payette River Cattlemen’s Newsletter. Sept. 2011.
Beef cattle production medicine and management, herd health programs for beef cattle and small ruminant operations, laboratory diagnostics and biosecurity.
Veterinarian of record for the NMCREEC in Salmon, ID.
- 2007, Idaho Veterinarian of the Year