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When showing cattle, you want the judge to see all of their attributes. Boost your calf's chance of being noticed with proper feeding management before and during the show.
Radio interview source: Dr. Steve Blezinger, Animal Mangement/Nutrition Consultant, Reveille Livestock Concepts Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Raising calves to show in...
Market cull cows and supplement feed to rest
In a drought year, forages are low in both quality and quantity, which can leave cows thin and undernourished. Less-than-optimal body conditions can have reproductive consequences not only this year...
When the temperatures soar, keep a close eye on your cattle. If you're uncomfortable, the herd is too hot, and if you're too hot, the herd is in serious danger.
Radio interview source: Dave Sparks, Extension Veterinarian, Oklahoma State University Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below When it gets too hot to be outside, people can just...
On hot, humid days, give your cows some shade
Cattle shades may mitigate heat stress for livestock, says Jim Krantz, South Dakota State University Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist. Indications are that about a 20 degree air temperature...
Rural communities can't or won't pay
In recent years, the focus of the veterinary profession has shifted from farm animal health to companion animal care. A new report from the National Research Council explores the veterinary work...
Creep feeding your calves prior to weaning may add pounds to your calves
Creep feeding your calves prior to weaning may add pounds to your calves, help them transition during weaning and relieve lactation stress for your cows. Planning ahead and following a few easy...
For the Lemke family, the art of cheesemaking is down to a science, and the results are delicious. By Tracey Kelley
Springtime in the country means one thing: babies!
When you're living the country life, fair time is a huge deal! Here are some favorite fair photos from our readers and staff.
Whether attempting to keep goats in or deer out, nothing works as effectively as electric fencing. It is quite possibly the most important tool for managing animals.