New mathematical model attempts to understand dynamics of what appears to be randomly dispersed herd eating grass but is actually complex system of individuals in group facing differing tensions.
Utilizing drylots allow ranchers to hold on to productive cows until pasture conditions improve; develop heat stress management plans for feedlots before hot and humid conditions arrive.
Research outlines the falling dietary value of forages on unimproved native rangelands in the U.S. over the past two decades due to nutrient losses associated with grazing and changing climate.
Byproduct of ethanol industry makes suitable cattle feed supplement.
Plentiful rains contributing to steady recovery for grasslands ravaged by wildfires in Kansas and Oklahoma.
Livestock & Forage Center of Excellence will unite all areas of livestock and forage research under a single complex of field laboratories and science labs.