Courtesy of: NCBA
DENVER (July 30, 2019) – Blackbeard’s Ranch, in Myakka City, Fla., has been selected as one of seven regional finalists of the Environmental Stewardship Award Program (ESAP). The award, announced during the 2019 Cattle Industry Summer Business… Continue reading
Courtesy of: Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
AMES, Iowa — Cover crops are known to protect soil and water quality, but they also can offer valuable livestock feed, according to Iowa State University research.
Until now,… Continue reading
DULUTH, Georgia (July 23, 2019) — From early embryonic deaths to lower pregnancy rates, stillbirths, abortions and even weakened calves, Lepto hardjo-bovis impacts all stages of beef cattle reproduction. With minimal clinical signs along with these reproductive inefficiencies, the presence… 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
Courtesy of NDSU Extension Service, C.R. Dahlen, Beef Cattle Specialist & C.L. Stoltenow, Veterinarian
Being proactive is the best approach for dealing with heat stress in cattle. Once cattle are in a severe state of heat stress, you may be… Continue reading
Courtesy of vitaferm.com
The summer heat can zap your energy faster than you can rattle off your favorite cow’s pedigree. A typical day of work will make most people tired but add in extreme heat and humidity and sometimes surviving… Continue reading