Winter feeding - A look back

These warmer winter temperatures and open foraging ground may get you wondering if you can cut back supplementation all together in a winter like this, leaving the cows to maintain themselves on available forage. FULL STORY »

Grass tetany: Be aware of the risk

If spring snows and rains develop as we need them to, grass will grow rapidly and is a concern for cattle producers. FULL STORY »

Take advantage of this market

According to the most recent U.S.Drought Monitor, the majority of Arkansas, has returned to normal soil moisture, while areas from central Kansas and south through Texas and regions of the southwestern U.S. remain in a moderate to exceptional drought intensity. FULL STORY »

Beef cow mineral approach: Determine the needs, match the source

All cows, feeds and minerals are not created equal. Performance objectives and reproductive efficiency are dictated by recognizing the cow’s mineral needs as they apply to her stage of production. FULL STORY »

Supplementing winter rations with grain

Maintaining our cows through the various stages of pregnancy, especially through the winter months, has some unique challenges, especially when feeding low quality forages. FULL STORY »

Adding supplements to cattle diets

Adding nutrient supplements to beef cattle feeding on lower quality forages is a popular management tool for livestock producers. FULL STORY »

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Sufficient nutrients vital for beef cows

Winter forage may not provide cattle with enough nutrients. FULL STORY »

Back to Basics: Ruminant digestive system

This will be a series of posts that will discuss some basic information about beef cattle production that would apply to anyone raising beef. The first post in the series will focus on the ruminant digestive system. FULL STORY »

Feeding for the winter of 2011 – 2012

A barn full of high quality hay, a bin full of grain, and cattle that are clean, dry and protected from harsh conditions make a most comforting thought to any cattleman when temperatures are near zero and snow is belly deep. FULL STORY »

Prepare for late gestation nutrition

Recently a first cutting hay test crossed my desk that had a crude protein value of 8% and a TDN level of 55%. FULL STORY »

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