NDSU shares beef cattle research results

Beef cattle diets, breeding systems, drylot vs. pasture cow-calf production, forage digestibility enhancements, grazing and effects of pen bedding were among the topics North Dakota State University researchers studied in the past year. FULL STORY »

Understanding potassium’s role in the ruminant diet

Potassium may often be an underappreciated mineral in the world of ruminant nutrition, but it plays key roles in the body. FULL STORY »

Extreme winter weather may mean extra feed for livestock

Colder, icy, harsh winter weather means producers need to be aware of increased livestock energy requirements to ensure their animals are able to withstand the extreme outdoor conditions. FULL STORY »

Breeding heifers on wheat pasture

Many areas of the Eastern two-thirds of Oklahoma have grown some wheat pasture for use as winter feed. FULL STORY »

Maintaining positive impacts on beef quality

What do you think the average consumer is looking for when they step up to the meat counter to purchase your beef? FULL STORY »

What is the risk of the introduction of bovine TB to an area?

A USDA computer model calculates the risk of TB introduction to herds by county. The steps taken by producers can impact that calculation. FULL STORY »

Getting a handle on vitamin nutrition during gestation

Although energy, protein, and minerals are often the focus of winter ration balancing, an influx of perinatal calf mortality cases at the Iowa State University diagnostic lab the past two springs suggests that vitamin nutrition may be getting overlooked. FULL STORY »

Windbreaks reduce cattle energy demands

Cattle will naturally seek windbreaks in the winter. In cold weather, cattle require additional energy to maintain body temperature, and wind chill further increases energy demands. FULL STORY »

High-altitude disease in cattle at lower elevations Play video

Although it is commonly known as “high-altitude disease,” bovine pulmonary hypertension (BPH) can occur in cattle at lower elevations. Joe Neary MA, MS, VetMB, has focused much of his research on BPH and outlines some of the latest thinking on factors involved in the condition. FULL STORY »

Protect livestock from harsh winter conditions

Arkansas tends to get a lot of freezing rain, sleet, ice and wintery mix, and these wet, cold conditions are hard on animals if they do not have good feed, clean water and shelter. FULL STORY »

CattleSense: Research round-up

I know I’m not alone in my ongoing struggle to balance a limited amount of time with short-term tasks, long-term projects, continuing education, networking, and just finding time to think! But a recent road trip at least gave me opportunity to catch up on my overgrown reading pile, which turned out to contain several research articles I would like to share here. FULL STORY »

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