Author : Mark Sulc, Courtesy of Ohio State University Extension
Livestock owners feeding forage need to keep in mind potential for some forage toxicity issues late this season. Nitrate and prussic acid poisoning potential associated with drought stress or frost… Continue reading
By : Carl Dahlen, NDSU Extension Beef Cattle Specialist
When we were in elementary or high school, many of us were taught a good way to provide a detailed description of an event was to use the “five W’s:” who,… Continue reading
Calving season comes with less stress when calves are born with abundant vigor.
\”The aggressive calf that actively seeks the first nursing of colosturm is a
welcome sight,\” says Karl Hoppe, the North Dakota State University Extension
Service\’s area livestock… Continue reading
By: Terri Queck-Matzie
Feeding cattle in the winter can be a challenge. Sub-zero temps, biting winds, flying snow – none of these make for stress-free circumstances.
Add equipment breakdowns to the mix, and its enough to make even the most… Continue reading
By: Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist, NDSU Extension Service
Take care of cows and they will take care of you.
The cows will do the work for you: calving, breeding back and bringing home a
big calf in the fall.
Are… Continue reading
As spring beef calves are beginning to be weaned, it is the producer’s responsibility to help make that transition as smooth as possible. Improper weaning can result in poor growth, which may stay with the animal through its life, according… Continue reading