K-State beef experts offer common sense advice
March 17, 2020
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Growing up on a livestock operation teaches agriculturists such life lessons as the value of hard work, the miracle of birth, the joy of caring for animals… Continue reading
By : Zack Dombek, DVM, Manager of Veterinary Services – Purina Animal Nutrition Center, Courtesy of purinamills.com
Help calves weather respiratory and clostridial disease challenges with 4 cattle vaccine tips.
Weaned calves encounter a new diet, new environment, new pen… Continue reading
Courtesy of: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Beef
This article is a summary of the 2019 Nebraska Beef Cattle Report “The Effect of Cow Udder Score on Subsequent Calf Performance in the Nebraska Sandhills”. Joslyn K. Beard, Jacki A. Musgrave, Rick N.… 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
By: Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal
As producers finish this (or any) calving season it is very important to record any multiple births that may have occurred. Estimates of the
percentage of beef cattle births… Continue reading
By: Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Producers and newspaper writers often call to find out the probability of triplets or quads happening in their herd or in herds near them. Very little research is conducted… Continue reading