Discussions included topics on transboundary animal disease threats to U.S. agriculture, U.S.-border agriculture inspections, wildlife/vector/livestock dynamics and workforce development needs.
Proposals should be aimed at clinically relevant research that cattle veterinarians can utilize in beef or dairy production environments.
Harvesting at greater than 40% dry matter reduces digestibility of fiber and starch and may cause packing issues.
Monensin product may now be fed in combination with other feed additives commonly used in receiving rations for feedlot cattle.
Meeting protein requirements and improving nitrogen efficiency in cows under different physiological conditions can be more precise using new tool for diet formulation.
Kansas Livestock Assn. defends its actions and separation of lobbying activities from checkoff-related efforts.
New Mexico and Texas researchers seek economical and sustainable arid lands beef management practices.
Study could bring major advancements in controlling coccidia in cattle production.