Drop in commodity markets causing anxiety for Kansas farmers
March 17, 2020
MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University farm analyst says his phone has been ringing frequently as the state’s farmers and ranchers flood him with questions about… Continue reading
Hands-on foot-and-mouth disease field training available for the first time to North American private sector livestock veterinarians
Texas A&M AgriLife and Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences are offering the first-ever field training for North American private-sector veterinarians and state and federal animal health officials for foot-and-mouth disease.
The training will… Continue reading
By : Leslie Johnson, UNL Animal Manure Management Project Coordinator
Have you ever been overwhelmed by the amount of manure regulations in Nebraska? Or anywhere? Let’s make it a little easier to digest.
By : Bob LeValley, Oklahoma Beef Quality Assurance Coordinator
Good record keeping can be an important asset in management strategies for all phases of cattle production, from the cow/calf producer to the feedlot. Record keeping systems may be elaborate… Continue reading
By: Aaron Berger & Troy Walz, Nebraska Extension Educators
The abundant spring and early summer moisture we have received in Nebraska has been record setting in many areas and has resulted in hay meadows and fields being inundated with water.… Continue reading