Blue green algae blooms are an issue that usually gets discussed this time of year. Calm, sunny, dry, and hot days of summer create ideal conditions for blue green algae to thrive in our livestock ponds.
With wheat fields struggling amid drought conditions through parts of the High Plains, some producers may be considering cutting and baling their crops for hay. If so, a Kansas State University veterinarian says, "the s
Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) are microscopic organisms that can be found in all types of water including farm ponds. Being photosynthetic, they utilize sunlight to support life. For most of the year, the concentrati
Should the beef industry consider a new study claiming beef production is worse for the environment than other protein sources a blow to modern beef production, or is it another attempt by the anti-beef community to get
It is summertime in the Ozarks and the temperature and humidity are rising. That can spell trouble for beef cattle that still haven't shed off their winter coats according to Eldon Cole, a livestock specialist with Univ
Users who fly drones for fun may soon have to register their machines. A new task force announced Monday (Oct. 19) has been charged with recommending a registration process for unmanned aircraft systems used for recreat
The 2011 World Series is already in full swing, but the excitement reaches a fever pitch tomorrow when the Texas Rangers step onto their home turf in Arlington to slug it out with the St. Louis Cardinals.