Tips to break the fluke life cycle in cattle
Bart and Wendy Morris run Oxbow Cattle Company in Missoula, Montana, with an innovative approach to community outreach—their f2m store.
In some parts of the country hay fields are suffering because of the excessive moisture and cooler-than-normal temperatures have also impacted growth.
Winter came early for much of cow-calf country, and now calving season is at the gate.
The work done by dung beetles increases available acreage for cattle production by an estimated 5 to 10 percent.
This time of year, you probably spend more time observing than working cattle. Calving is complete and bulls have been turned out with the spring herd. Fall calves are weaned and grass cattle are moving through pastures
The Masonic Village has partnered with federal and state agencies and private ag organizations to manage natural resources.
The horn fly spends most of its time on cattle, mainly on the animal’s backs, sides and when temperatures are very warm, on the belly region.