Best Management Practices for Livestock and Farm Operations to Stop the Spread of a Virus (like COVID-19)
Sources : Brian Vander Ley, DVM Epidemiologist, Great Plains Veterinary Education Center, Galen Erickson, Nebraska Extension Beef Feedlot Specialist, Rick Rasby, Associate Dean Nebraska Extension
Not only is continuity of business important for farmers and ranchers during the… Continue reading
Source : Texas A & M University Agriculture & Life Sciences
AUSTIN, Texas — Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, workers in the agriculture industry are tasked with keeping food on the table, meaning livestock auctions are continuing as usual. While more… Continue reading
By : Brady Campbell, Program Coordinator, OSU Sheep Team
Baleage may be the solution to making quality first cutting hay!
It almost seems like a broken record. We have continually talked about the excessive amount of poor quality hay made… Continue reading
By : Gerad Shaffer, SDSU Extension Weeds Field Specialist, Courtesy of extension.sdstate.edu
The term ‘weed’ can be broadly applied to any plant that is undesirable at any given time and place based on certain criteria. It… Continue reading
By : Garth Ruff, OSU Extension Henry County.
COVID-19 has had profound impacts on our food and livestock production systems here in the U.S. With regards to the beef industry the impact has been felt locally and throughout the… Continue reading
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