New NCBA Webinar: Winter Supplementation for Your Herd

A heifer out on winter pasture grazing. ( Troy Walz, University of Nebraska Extension )

In winter, cattlemen and women often use harvested forages or crop residues as the primary diet for their cattle when most grazing forages go dormant. These feedstuffs may not meet the dietary requirements of the animal, however. In this webinar, which is available to view on demand, Dr. Tyron Wickersham of Texas A&M, Dr. Eric Bailey of the University of Missouri and Dr. Mary Drewnoski of the University of Nebraska, will cover the importance of supplementation of the herd when generally lower quality feedstuffs make up a majority of the animals' diet specific to regions across the U.S.

Click here to watch the webinar. 

About the speakers:

Eric Bailey
Assistant Professor, University of Missouri
 

Dr. Bailey is the State Extension Specialist: Beef Nutrition for the University of Missouri Extension. He is a fifth-generation rancher raised on a commercial cow-calf and stocker operation outside of Santa Rosa, New Mexico.

Tryon Wickersham
Associate Professor, Texas A&M University

Dr. Wickersham teaches courses in animal nutrition at the graduate and undergraduate levels. His research focuses on improving the economic and environmental sustainability of beef cattle production by improving the efficiency of forage utilization and the adoption of coproducts as a feed resource.

Mary Drewnoski
Beef Systems Specialist, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Dr. Mary Drewnoski is a Beef Systems Specialist with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Prior to joining UNL, she spent time learning and working in cattle systems in many locations across the U.S. including: Kentucky, North Carolina, Iowa, and Idaho. 

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