By: Charlotte Talbott, Noble Research Institute
As I prepared for my summer in Ardmore, Oklahoma, I found myself wondering about the research project I would be assigned. My interests have always revolved around forage management and crop-animal interactions, so naturally,… Continue reading
(SAINT JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 7, 2019) Weaning time in the cattle business is ultimately the most stressful time in the calf’s life. However, with proper preparation and a good management plan, you can decrease the stress incurred on your calves,… Continue reading
By: Linda Geist, University of Missouri Extension – July 10,2019
COLUMBIA, Mo. – As summer temperatures rise, dairy animals benefit from heat abatement, says Joe Zulovich, a University of Missouri Extension specialist in livestock housing systems.
Lactating cows face the… Continue reading
By: Jay Parsons, Farm and Ranch Management Specialist, and Aaron Berger, Nebraska Extension Beef Educator
The Livestock Indemnity Program (LIP), administered by the USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA), provides compensation to eligible livestock producers who have suffered livestock death losses… Continue reading
The College of Veterinary Medicine and the Iowa Beef Center at Iowa State University are asking for help from midwestern confined cow-calf producers on a survey project. The main goal of this project is to determine the common management practices… Continue reading
Source : Sean Brotherson
People working in agriculture manage a variety of stresses on a regular basis.