(SAINT JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 20, 2019) Freshly weaned calves are a lot like small children starting their first day of preschool. They’re learning a new routine in a different environment and eating from a new menu all while being without… Continue reading
Recent regulations may change how some U.S. producers weigh down their silage covers. Yet, the benefits to properly covering silage bunkers or piles continue to provide returns.
“The additional time and expense to comply with new waste tire regulations may… Continue reading
By: Elliott Dennis, Assistant Professor & Extension Economist, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Nearby and deferred live and feeder cattle contracts settled up this past week. The nearby August feeder cattle contract settled at 138.825 up… Continue reading
By: Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist
The increase in beef cows requires utilization of cropland.
Land use is embedded in long-term thinking and the individual desires of those involved in farming and ranching. Agricultural production systems incorporate land eco-types, along with… Continue reading
There’s a big difference between coarse grind and fine grind, and it’s not just in our morning coffee. When it comes to grinding grain for livestock feed, especially swine, digestibility and efficiency are influenced by how large the grain particles… Continue reading