By : Jason Hartschuh, OSU Extension Crawford Country, Agricultural and Natural Resources Educator
Wheat fields are finally turning green, as we do stand evaluations (https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-07/estimating-wheat-yield-stem-counts) many producers are weighing poor stands versus their need for livestock bedding.… Continue reading
MANHATTAN, Kan. – A new disease, bacterial leaf streak, has made its way into corn crops throughout the heartland. It’s so new to the United States that it is unclear whether it will pose a threat to this year’s yields,… Continue reading
By: Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Spring born calves have already been, or soon will be weaned to meet the 45 day requirement for value-added calf sales. A minimum of a 45-day weaning period… Continue reading
AMARILLO – Too much water doesn’t help corn producers make more crop; too little water also takes away from yields. Ongoing Texas A&M AgriLife Research studies are determining a formula for finding the right amount for the right results with… Continue reading
COLUMBIA, Mo. – As risk managers, cattle producers lag behind corn growers. That is, if a show of hands by producers means anything.
At extension meetings, Scott Brown, University of Missouri economist, asks beef producers if they think cattle prices… Continue reading