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Backgrounding for genetic potential Play video

Clint Krehbiel, ruminant nutritionist at Oklahoma State University, talks about stocker strategies that encourage marbling development. FULL STORY »

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Hay meadow management for growth next year Play video

We discuss fall hay meadow management and its impact on cattle nutrition with Terry Bidwell and Dave Lalman. FULL STORY »

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Livestock marketing: Reviewing the Cattle on Feed report Play video

Derrell Peel discusses the results of the September Cattle on Feed report. FULL STORY »

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Cow-calf corner: Be aware of prussic acid grazing johnsongrass Play video

Glenn Selk explains the risk of prussic acid poisoning from grazing johnsongrass. FULL STORY »

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Feeder cattle review: Calf prices turn positive Play video

Compared to last week, feeder cattle sold firm to $3 higher on the heels of last week’s bullish cattle-on-feed report but many major marketing areas actually noted that the full advance of the market was more evident late in the week. FULL STORY »

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The evolution of bovine veterinarian practice Play video

At the AABP conference, Zoetis technical services veterinarian Vic Cortese discusses the need for veterinarians to extend their services to address various management issues within beef and dairy operations. FULL STORY »

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Beef demand study provides road map for future programs Play video

A recently released beef demand determinants study, funded by the beef checkoff, identifies the factors that most influence consumer demand for beef. The study, conducted by economists at Kansas State University and Purdue University provides a road map for future demand-building programs. FULL STORY »

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Competing with quality Play video

Nevil Speer, an animal scientist at Western Kentucky University, talks about what the beef industry needs to do to remain competitive. FULL STORY »

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Tailgate parties food safety advice from USDA Play video

Don't let foodborne illness ruin your game day experience. Follow these tips from the U.S. Department of Agriculture before you tailgate. FULL STORY »

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Cow-calf corner: Supplementing low-quality hay Play video

Glenn Selk talks about the importance of adding protein supplements when feeding lower-quality hay. FULL STORY »

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Feeder Cattle Review: Yearling feeders higher as supplies dwindle Play video

Compared to last week, dwindling supplies of yearling feeder cattle sold mostly steady to 2.00 higher with most gains seen in the Southern Plains and mostly on steers. FULL STORY »

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