As snow and frigid temperatures remind us that it’s still winter, it’s a good time to remind cattle producers that calves are especially vulnerable in these conditions.
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.
If you’re like me, you were really excited when you got your first smart phone or tablet because of all of the cool applications (apps) that were available to quickly guide you to useful information.
Colder, icy, harsh winter weather means producers need to be aware of increased livestock energy requirements to ensure their animals are able to withstand the extreme outdoor conditions.
Livestock producers need to be thinking now about how they’ll keep their animals warm when the temperatures drop.
Some helpful tips for hauling your cattle to pasture this summer.
Selecting the right nitrogen source when fertilizing pastures and hayfields has always been important in nitrogen use efficiency.
Cattle producers in Kansas recently saw temperatures dip below 0 degrees, which called for a little extra care and attention for their livestock.