*Dr. Larry Corah is professor emeritus at Kansas State University.
AS the dog days of summer wind down, I will discuss three topics that are timely for most cow/calf operations: (1) the impact of weaning strategies, (2) pregnancy checking with ul...
*Steve Ensley is with the department of veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine at Iowa State University.
BLUE-green algae are commonly found in lakes, ponds, rivers and streams during the summer and autumn. Blue-green algae, also kn...
Electrical engineering students developing camera prototype to help monitor activity in cows on the Jornada Range in New Mexico.
Poor feed bunk management practices can result in inconsistent intake patterns and lowered gains.
As BRD season approaches, producers reminded to increase focus on cattle health. Also: Project aims to 'future proof' sheep industry.
Impact of reproductive failure can have significant repercussions for subsequent years.
Since most fall, winter and spring forages perform best when planted in late September or early October, producers should choose forages now.
Summertime temperatures shorten gestation length in fall-calving cows and heifers.