Extremely cold temperatures are gripping the cattle feeding areas of the Northern Plains. Although we can't alter the weather, there are management steps that can be taken to help maintain cattle health and perfor
Don’t cattle do better in colder temperatures? That’s a question University of Minnesota Livestock Extension Educator Emily Wilmes hears in the wintertime.
As livestock owners care for livestock in frigid temperatures, it is important to know where efforts are best spent.
When do cows start experiencing cold stress and then how much more energy do they need?
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