NDSU beef research report available

Cattle producers can replace some hay with a limited-intake distillers dried grain supplement without negatively affecting cow or calf performance, North Dakota State University have researchers found. FULL STORY »

Cattle producers preparing for long winter battle

Severe drought this year has cattle producers preparing for a rough winter, and hard choices must be made, said Paul Beck, associate professor-animal science for the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture. FULL STORY »

September beef management calendar

Follow these beef management tips for your spring and fall calving herds. FULL STORY »

Test forages for quality heading in the fall and winter

K-State veterinarian Gregg Hanzlicek provides his regular segment on bovine health management. He discusses testing forages for quality heading in the fall and winter, as an important step in balancing the cow herd ration. FULL STORY »

Timely Tips for cow calf producers in September

Follow these cow calf management tips for your herd as temperatures start to cool off. FULL STORY »

Use fall processing to reduce feed costs and target management

High supplemental feed costs, and in some areas persistent drought, should motivate producers to evaluate their feed resources and management plans heading into the fall and winter months. FULL STORY »

Fall fertilizer applications to hay fields and pastures

As you are probably well aware the price for agricultural inputs has increased dramatically. Fertilizer is no exception. The price of fertilizer is so high that several cattle producers have asked me if it is economical to apply fertilizer to pasture and hay ground this fall. FULL STORY »

Register now for Grazing Management and Stockmanship Clinic

Beef producers looking for management strategies that can benefit their ranching operations through the ongoing Texas drought should attend the upcoming Grazing Management and Stockmanship Clinic scheduled for September 15 in Athens at the Henderson County Regional Fairpark Complex. FULL STORY »

Vitamin A can be deficient in a drought

Vitamin A is rarely a concern in range cattle nutritional programs because it is readily synthesized from carotene that is common in green growing plants. FULL STORY »

Options for supplementing cattle on late season grass

K-State veterinarian Gregg Hanzlicek discusses late summer and early fall protein supplementation for the grazing cow herd. FULL STORY »

Cattle Questions: Do pastures have to sit empty in the summer to before winter grazing?

Do you have to leave pastures sit empty in the summer to be able to winter graze? We have subirrigated meadows that we hay, if we winter graze can we supplement w/that hay instead of cake? FULL STORY »

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