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Too many times the following statement is made when a production animal dies or aborts: “well that’s just one of those things and you can’t lose them if you don’t have them”. FULL STORY »

Early weaning: Nutrition and cost considerations

The nutrition of the early weaned (90-120 days of age) calf is not greatly different than that of the normal age (~205 days) calf; however, there are several key factors to consider. FULL STORY »

Why is early castration of bull calves important?

In the United States, more than 17 million bulls are castrated yearly that range in age from 1 day to 1 year old. FULL STORY »

Weaning spring-born beef calves in ultra-dry conditions

K-State beef veterinarian Larry Hollis has a word for cow-calf producers with ultra-dry pasture conditions about weaning spring-born beef calves extra early this year FULL STORY »

Optimizing weaned calf value

Cow-calf producers with calves to market in the fall should use the summer months to develop a plan. Specifically, are the calves going to be sold at weaning or are they going to be kept until a later date to make additional income? FULL STORY »

Early-weaning factors to consider

With the hot, dry summer currently being experienced in many parts of Kansas and other states, traditional weaning plans may need to be significantly altered. FULL STORY »

Pfizer, Purdue University collaborate on unique summer veterinary camp

High school students given opportunity to experience real life in veterinary medicine FULL STORY »

AgriLife Extension expert: Cattle market outlook positive

Beef Cattle Short Course to feature market outlook, cattle handling demonstrations, value-added strategies FULL STORY »

Carrington Research Extension Center beef tour set for July 19

Beef research updates, tame cattle, manure sampling and the North Dakota beef industry's potential will be among the topics at the beef production portion of the North Dakota State University Carrington Research Extension Center's annual field tours July 19. FULL STORY »

Is it time to consider early weaning?

One way to reduce the nutritional needs of a brood cow is to wean her calf. Dr. Tom Turner, OSU Department of Animal Sciences Emeritus, suggests the following considerations regarding weaning management. FULL STORY »

Unloading Mycoplasma bovis

The next load of cattle may carry more than just an opportunity for profit FULL STORY »

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