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When you have extremes of wet and dry weather, you'll have problems with moldy feed corn
Take a good look at your corn before feeding it to livestock, and inspect it for clumps of mold. Moldy corn increases the risk of mycotoxin formation, which can cause health problems in animals that...
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Get markets, news and weather on the go with AgMobile®
Farmers have been early adopters of many communications technologies, and Successful Farming and AgriCharts are meeting that growing demand by launching a new app for farmers on the go. AgMobile...
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This farm-turned-retreat has a very special ambassador.
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This beef breed has a lot to offer!
This beef breed has a lot to offer!
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Make sure your calves are on the path to success this calving season by providing them with immediate immune protection.
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A California dairy farm family shows city folks where their food is produced.
A California dairy farm family shows city folks where their food is produced.
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Deb Miller's journey from corporate America to the green pastures of northeast Oklahoma.
Why Deb Miller thinks "a bad day on the farm is still better than a good day in the office."
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Learn why one family near Indianola, Iowa started a small herd of Miniature Hereford cattle.
Learn how one family raises pint-size cattle.
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The Purina Great Starts program provides the proper nutrition for calves.
Your calves are an investment, but they're also a responsibility, and you want them to get off to the best start possible. Ensuring they have the proper nutrition as calves is a key to life-long...
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Cattle can damage the area so limit their time there
A stream running through a pasture often has lush grass, shade trees, and plenty of water. It can be an ideal place for cattle to hang out, but it’s not a good idea on a continual basis....

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