Composting can reduce the concentration of antibiotics in cattle manure, but the degree of that reduction can vary depending on how it is tested.
Composting is a possible solution to the manure storage problem.
Grazing cattle on feed stalks can help keep the feed bill down.
Several studies have shown little to no negative impact of grazing, at typical stocking rates, on subsequent crop yields.
Many people are concerned about antibiotic resistance. What is antibiotic resistance?
Nebraska researchers recently reported on a 16-year study, evaluating the effects of grazing on no-till, irrigated land in a corn-soybean rotation in eastern Nebraska.
Pinkeye has long been a costly nuisance with reduced beef production in the form of lower weight gain, milk production, body condition, and eventually even poorer reproduction can result from eye infections.
USDA study finds virtually no residues in retail pork.