Most common non-venomous encounter group included cats, horses, cattle, other hoof stock, pigs, raccoons and other mammals.
Study of rumen gut contents from 43 cows identified 913 diverse strains of microbes, most of which were not previously identified.
Kansas State researchers' work improves on previous patent for their novel approach to preventing fusobacterial infections.
Reducing water level in troughs led to increased E. coli spread in a feedlot environment.
Wetland invader could be forage for cattle.
Research program to focus on science that is both fundamental and immediately applicable to beef producers.
More marbling can help maintain meat’s juiciness even when cooked at high temps.
Working group talked with stakeholders in depth to develop new approaches to balancing grazing and fish habitat, outlining potential benefits and barriers.
Findings could advance cattle production and help study human disease.