Courtesy of: NDSU Agriculture Communication
Rain can have a variety of impacts on forage quality and yield, ultimately affecting overall feed and market value, North Dakota State University Extension livestock specialists say.
July in North Dakota was the 23rd wettest… Continue reading
Many livestock producers in North Dakota are short on forage following a long, cold winter and late spring that depleted forage supplies says Miranda Meehan, North Dakota State University Extension livestock environmental stewardship specialist. Supplies in some areas have been… Continue reading
By: David Hartman, PA Extension Educator, Livestock
Grazing cattle during periods of wet weather can damage pasture stands and soil structure. Although some damage is to be expected, there… Continue reading
By: Patrick Wagner, SDSU Extension Entomology Field Specialist
The above-average precipitation this year has led to increased numbers of horse flies and deer flies across South Dakota. Widespread flooding and an overall abundance of available water has made conditions perfect… Continue reading
By: Molly Keck and Bastiaan M. Drees, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
The red imported fire ant, Solenopsis invicta Buren (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), poses serious threats to many small and young animals. While true for animals that roam free or are confined… Continue reading
Courtesy of: Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
AMES, Iowa — Cover crops are known to protect soil and water quality, but they also can offer valuable livestock feed, according to Iowa State University research.
Until now,… Continue reading