By: Laura Handke
Gregg Hanzlicek, director of production animal field investigations, Kansas State University, provided a review of anaplasmosis for producers attending the 2019 KOMA (Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Arkansas) beef conference. He said, “that anaplasmosis is confirmed in every… Continue reading
By: Miranda Reiman
How many months out of a year is a mother cow just eating for herself?
Hopefully none, says Janna Kincheloe, North Dakota State University animal scientist.
“The cow should either be lactating or developing a fetus at… Continue reading
Last week’s newsletter contained a discussion of the impact of high pressure heat domes on cattle reproductive performance in the mid to late summer in Oklahoma. Now let’s look… Continue reading
Provided by: Ohio State University Extension
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Less salad, more carbs and proteins.
That’s counter to what many say is right for our diet. But for cows and other livestock, that’s the direction in which their diets are likely to… Continue reading