Source : Miranda Meehan and David Ripplinger
Producers and others involved in agriculture will have an opportunity to learn about the programs still available to them during a webinar series that North Dakota State University Extension and the Farm… Continue reading
Cover crop acreage is expected to increase in response to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Risk Management Agency’s revision to the preventive-planting insurance provisions, according to North Dakota State University Extension livestock experts.
The revision has allowed producers to hay… Continue reading
Setting a stocking rate is one of the most important decisions that ranchers or
land managers make.
The stocking rate is the number of specific kinds and classes of animals grazing
or using a unit of land for a specific… Continue reading
Many North Dakota ranchers are faced with a continual lice infestation in their
herd this winter, even though they have treated their cattle.
\”Some have even treated more than once and are still seeing the effects of lice
in their… Continue reading
Some grain will be stored for many months or even more than a year due to low
grain prices, so maintaining grain quality during extended storage will require
extra care and management, according to North Dakota State University\’s grain
storage… Continue reading
North Dakota State University\’s Carrington Research Extension Center will hold
its annual NDSU Feedlot School on Jan. 19-20, 2016.
This intensive course is for cattle producers, feeders, backgrounders, feed
industry personnel, animal health-care suppliers and anyone else who is
interested… Continue reading