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Feeder Cattle Review: Cattle traded 'unevenly steady' this week Play video

Compared to last week, feeder cattle and calves again this week traded unevenly steady. A number of auctions from the Northern Plains through the Mid-West had yearlings and calves steady to 5.00 higher, while just as many steady to 5.00 lower. FULL STORY »

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The Beef Board released an audio clip about what it's been doing. FULL STORY »

Sunup Full Show Play video

This week's segments: 4-H Roundup, New 4-H Program Leader, Mesonet Weather, Market Monitor, Cow-Calf Corner, Farm Transition Workshop, Prescribed Burning Handbook, Food Whys, Livestock Marketing, and Special Olympics. FULL STORY »

Getting maximum value out of high-moisture corn silage

Ensiling high-moisture corn (HMC) offers beef and dairy producers with an on-farm source of high energy feed. However, in addition to often being prone to aerobic deterioration, a cool growing season and late harvest can exacerbate conditions that challenge the stability of high-moisture corn silage. FULL STORY »

The case for low-stress livestock handling

Stockmanship is an under-appreciated and under-utilized component of operating sustainable livestock operations and just one essential component is low-stress livestock handling. We need to ask why. FULL STORY »

Ergot: A potential poisoning problem for livestock

Weather conditions this spring and summer in the region appear to have been favorable for a certain kind of poisoning that can affect cattle on pasture. FULL STORY »

Reducing the risk of calf scours in fall-calving herds

Fall calving in the Southern Plains has several advantages. One of the least-discussed advantages to fall-calving is the reduction of risk to an outbreak of scours. FULL STORY »

Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle Conference Oct 8-9

Oklahoma State University, in collaboration with the Beef Reproduction Task Force, will be hosting the 2014 Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle Conference. FULL STORY »

Manure management is important for all farm sizes

What is considered a small farm? A 3,000 head beef feedlot? A 30,000 head free-range turkey operation? A dairy with 50 head? Or maybe a stable with 10 horses? There really is no right answer to this question. FULL STORY »

Silage management

This is the time of the year that we need to be thinking about how to manage and minimize corn silage shrink losses. Stored silage can provide quality feed to support many different livestock systems. FULL STORY »

Minimizing storage losses in hay

Each harvest season brings concerns regarding storage options for hay. Indeed, producers need to find ways to prevent shrink losses in their bunkers and storage systems. Hay storage losses are around 5% when it is harvested at 15% moisture and stored under dry conditions. FULL STORY »

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