Source : Sean Brotherson, Courtesy of NDSU Extension
Poor growing and harvesting conditions, low commodity prices, trade wars and a shortage of livestock feed for winter all have been stressful for North Dakota farmers and ranchers.
North Dakota State… Continue reading
By : Kevin Laurent – Beef Extension Specialist, University of Kentucky
These are challenging times market wise and it is easy to dwell on the negative and become complacent in our management. But in times like these we really… Continue reading
Courtesy of kla.org
Successful breeding depends on a targeted nutritional program. Producers must know the stress periods when a cow can experience nutritional deficiencies, as well as how to supplement available forage during those times.
By Terri Queck-Matzie
That was the message from… Continue reading
Cattle Handling and Injury Prevention
by Ki Fanning, Ph.D., PAS
Cattle handling is an everyday activity in most feedlots, and can either be a low stress and relatively easy task or a high stress, unpleasant event for both cattle… Continue reading
By : Dr. Kenny Burdine, Livestock Marketing Specialist, University of Kentucky
I’m on the record being relatively optimistic about cattle markets in 2020. After some very tough years, decreasing cattle numbers and a positive outlook for exports gave me reason… Continue reading