Winter grazing requires constant checking and possible adjustments, whether it’s removing or adding cattle, adding fertilizer or moving electric fencing.
No specific pathway was identified, but APHIS did determine most likely source of screwworm introduction, and pest elimination programs are continuing.
Research program involves scientists and educators from 18 institutions who so far have published 77 refereed journal articles describing their findings.
Hillside grazing alleviates pressures on lowland meadows and streams, which could help improve rangeland management.
Prairie dogs decrease forage quantity but increase forage quality on rangelands.
Beef cow/calf producers can greatly affect operation profitability by managing winter feed costs.
Two historic research ranches in southern Alberta have officially changed hands, giving University of Alberta scientists access to study two large rangelands.
Indiana animal health board identifies second bovine tuberculosis-positive beef cattle herd in Franklin County, Ind.
Net wrap is not like bale twine, and effects on cattle that consume net wrap have been undocumented.