A new Kansas State University study shows hot, dry, windy events are happening more frequently than they used to in western Kansas, and south into west Texas.
Branding today is still the most recognized and accepted means of indicating ownership of cattle in North America.
During cold and windy weather, producers need to be aware of the potential for scrotal frostbite in bulls.
Cold dominated the weather reports since Jan. 1 and it has made managing livestock during these frigid times more difficult.
Drought in the central and southern Plains is causing a higher than normal risk of wildfire through April.
Wildfires continue to rage in Texas as extremely dry and windy conditions have turned the entire state into a giant tinder box.
Fire consumed a tractor trailer fire hauling straw in Missouri last week—one more reminder to keep hay equipment in good condition. Short supplies of hay, forage and crops mean every bale is valuable.
Observations from a retired Utah State University extension agent challenges the Konefal Method of evening feeding of cows to encourage daytime calving.