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Calving cows will need more nutrients than regrowing pastures

Cooler weather and a resurgence in rain will be sparking regrowth in fescue pastures, but ranchers with fall calving cows may need more than grass to maintain good body condition for cows, said Tom Troxel, associate head-Animal Science, for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. FULL STORY »

Prussic acid testing in forages

Forage suspected of containing prussic acid needs to be properly tested before consumed by animals. FULL STORY »

Forage Focus: Frosted forage precautions

Several forage species can be extremely toxic soon after a frost and deadly to livestock if consumed. FULL STORY »

Open or problem cows and annual costs don't add up

Markets around the state are busy receiving calves from this past spring's calf crop and producers are reaping the benefits of a very strong market. The fall is an excellent time to evaluate your cow herd and decide which cows get to remain your "employees" and which ones need to find a new career. Notice that I referred to the cow as an employee. After all, they work for you. Yes, you have to provide them with the infrastructure to do their job including proper nutrition, health care, facilities, etc. However, if they are not being productive for you, they need to be replaced. FULL STORY »

Increase in trichomoniasis due to increased regulations in Kansas

Recently, the cattle industry has seen an increase in herds becoming infected with trichomoniasis, a sexually transmitted disease that results in infertility and embryonic loss in cows and heifers for which there is no treatment. FULL STORY »

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