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Be pals with cows -- new safety resources focus on stockmanship.
Livestock are among the leading causes of agricultural injuries. The Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (UMASH) addresses this risk with new stockmanship resources. UMASH...
The heat is hard on everyone, including your animals. They rely on you to help them stay cool when temperatures rise.
Reference these tips for healthy cows and calves this spring.
Create a low-stress weaning program for your calves.
These homebuilt, helpful ideas can improve the care and feeding of young cattle at your place.
Bob is pulling late nights and early mornings as spring approaches and calving season is in full swing. Cow c-sections at midnight and 3:00 a.m. will make a man tired. If he gets a live calf and...
A conversation with former newspaper writer and editor turned blogger Kim Fritzemeier about sharing life on her Kansas farm through her blog, “Kim’s County Line.”
Tell me about your farm. We’re primarily wheat farmers. We also have a cow-calf operation. We’ve got feeder cattle and we also raise some corn, but we’re not big corn farmers by...
See how folks live the country life on the Emerald Isle!
Lexi Marek talks about her family's farm and how her involvement with agriculture lead her to where she is today.
Give livestock extra attention and care in cold temperatures for optimal production.