Bison have Montana ranchers on edge with brucellosis exposure

Yellowstone is the homeland for an estimated 4,600 bison in the United States’ last purebred herd – and half are estimated to be exposed to brucellosis. FULL STORY »

Windy start to 2014 brings wind chills; weather challenges

January gave the windiest start of the year to Missouri in almost 30 years. Wind puts the chill in wind chill. FULL STORY »

Winter weather cattle management

Winter weather conditions have certainly hit with a vengeance this year, not only in South Dakota but in a wide swath of the cattle producing areas of the United States. FULL STORY »

Managing cold stress in cattle

Winter is here, and with it can come issues with cold stress in cattle. Wintertime conditions that can lead to cold stress include freezing temperatures, snow, ice, wind and a muddy environment. FULL STORY »

Hypothermia & newborn calves

Whether you are a dairy producer who calves year round, a beef producer who may calve early, or if you have a calf that is born under less-than-desirable conditions, hypothermia is something that we need to be concerned about, especially this time of year. FULL STORY »

Be prepared for calving season

Calving is one of the most important times on the production calendar. Management decisions made prior to this period can influence success at calving and ultimately profitability of an operation. FULL STORY »

Understanding the effects of cold stress on beef cattle

Most beef producers understand that when the weather gets colder their cows need more energy to maintain their body condition. FULL STORY »

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 »

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