The transition from autumn to winter is a busy time, regardless of your calving season.
This year, confirmed cases of anaplasmosis throughout Kansas and beyond are at some of the highest numbers veterinarians have ever seen. With the high incidence of cases, it is important for cattle producers to be aware of what causes the disease and how it can rapidly spread through herds.
Much debate surrounds this question: “How many times should a cow be in a chute?”
MANDAN, N.D. – With dairy cattle and dairy farms becoming part of the emerging world of precision technology, Dr. Bradley Heins, assistant professor with University of Minnesota Extension, discussed some of the technology he utilizes with his research herds.
LANKIN, N.D. – Producers at a recent field day in northeastern North Dakota had the opportunity to discuss several factors regarding the topic of “Grazing your way to healthy soil.”
“You eat with your eyes before you eat with your mouth.” This mantra has been drilled into the heads of people in the food industry for years. Food companies spend thousands of dollars every year to make their products look appealing, and the meat industry is no different.
Corn residue can be a great option for beef producers to extend the grazing season, according to North Dakota State University Extension Service livestock experts.
FARGO, ND, November 6, 2015 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) is contacting producers for the December Hogs and Pigs Survey. Conducted quarterly, this survey is the most comprehensive gathering of detailed data on market hog and breeding s…
Several years ago, “contentious readability,” or put another way, “drowning in paperwork,” was a new problem for beef producers.
Cowherd planning requires sorting, and it is best done when the cows come home.