By: Jason Hartschuh, OSU Extension Crawford Country, AgNR Educator
Winter wheat, barley, triticale, and cereal rye planted in the fall can produce high quality forage in the spring when harvest is in the boot stage. These forages are not equal… Continue reading
By: Blaine Corners, PhD, senior beef cattle nutritionist with Zoetis
If there’s one disease cattle producers should look out for in starting — 300- to 500-pound — cattle, it’s coccidiosis.
In operations I work with, this parasitic disease poses numerous… Continue reading
Courtesy of: K-State Research & Extension
MANHATTAN, Kan. – A University of Florida animal scientist backed the importance of livestock agriculture Monday, saying it is a key component to improving the availability of nutritious food in countries that need it… Continue reading
By: Steve Boyles, OSU Beef Extension Specialist
Handle/transport all cattle in such a fashion to minimize stress, injury, and bruising. Use vehicles to transport cattle that provide for the safety of personnel and cattle during loading, transporting, and unloading. Follow… Continue reading
By: Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Fall-calving herds will be breeding replacement heifers in late November. Now is the time to make certain that those heifers are ready for the upcoming breeding season.
Immunize the… Continue reading
By: Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist
In the last two or three years, China has replaced the U.S. as the leading beef importer in the world. Chinese beef imports in 2018 exceeded total… Continue reading