Managing cows through the winter provides different challenges compared to managing those same cows during the growing season.
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By using some basic dust control techniques, open feedlots can prevent or minimize the problem.
With summer grazing season almost here, now is the time to prepare a horn fly management plan.
Muddy feedlot conditions common in 2019 lead to poor animal performance, some health issues, and increased odors as temperatures warm.
While the short-term effects of grazing crop residue appear minimal or even beneficial, questions remain regarding longer-term effects of grazing on soil compaction.
Challenges associated with mud on the cattle farm need to be identified and evaluated to ensure the environment is not detrimental to animal health and performance.
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.