Effects of de-worming and late summer protein supplements

The advantageous use of high protein supplements on late summer native range and Bermuda grass pastures has been well documented. FULL STORY »

Grazing mineral nutrition for beef cows

With the recent moisture that much of South Dakota received, grass is growing and many cattle have been moved to summer pasture. FULL STORY »

Using "Oklahoma Gold" for replacement heifers in summer

Fall born replacement heifers have been (or soon will be) weaned and will be at a very critical growing period. FULL STORY »

Is that a copper deficiency?

Seeing a reddish hue on the coat of a black cow in late winter, it’s not unusual to wonder if that shade is normal or is due to a copper deficiency. FULL STORY »

Fences can help protect water quality

With the memory of last year’s crushing drought still fresh, cattle producers may focus more on water quantity than water quality, but poor water quality can be as much of a killer as no water at all. FULL STORY »

Creep feeding considerations

Calf growth rate and weaning weight are important benchmarks in determining performance and profitability of cow/calf enterprises. FULL STORY »

Research Review: Cattle breed differences in copper use

Copper is an important mineral for cattle and one that is often deficient in forages. Copper absorption is negatively affected by other compounds in feed and water such as sulfur and molybdenum. FULL STORY »

Act now to decrease impact of vitamin A deficiency in cattle

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach beef veterinarian Grant Dewell said effects of last year’s drought are evident at the Iowa State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in the form of an increasing number of calves with vitamin A deficiency. FULL STORY »

Is it too late to supplement post calving?

Calving season is in full swing for many producers. Now that cows/heifers have their calves at side, you might notice some of the cows are on the thin side. FULL STORY »

Nutrition can impact pregnancy rates in heifers and cows

How much does nutrition impact the reproductive rates of cattle? According to Dr. Rick Funston, UNL Beef Reproductive Specialist, “The nutritional status of animals is difficult to measure, and this complicates interpretation of nutrition x reproduction interactions." FULL STORY »

Ten keys to a profitable forage program

Forages typically account for over half the cost of production of forage-consuming animals and provide most of their nutrition. FULL STORY »

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