Cow / Calf Corner
By : Dave Boxler, Nebraska Extension Educator As cattle producers plan for the grazing season, a very important consideration should be what type of flies will impact their pastured cattle, and what method of fly control will work best for their management system. Photo credit Troy Walz. As livestock producers prepare for another grazing season,…Read More
By : Karla Wilke, Cow-Calf/Stocker Management Specialist, Halden Clark, Health Stewardship Veterinarian This article and other research-based beef news are available on beef.unl.edu, Nebraska Extension’s beef cattle production website. Interviews with the authors of BeefWatch newsletter articles become available throughout the month of publication and are accessible at https://go.unl.edu/podcast. Many cow-calf producers in Nebraska have become accustomed…Read More
Written by : Lisa Moser, Kansas State UniversitySources : Bob Larson, Bob Weaber, Brad White, Kansas State University Experts offer ways for producers to best prepare pastures ahead of spring grazing MANHATTAN, Kan. – Beef cattle grazing on lush, green pastures is a common sight when driving through the Kansas Flint Hills in the…Read More
The average return for an extra 100 pounds of cow weight is five to seven pounds of additional weight of the calf at weaning. Written by : Lisa Moser, Kansas State UniversitySource : KC Olson, Kansas State University K-State beef cattle specialists discuss factors that influence the most efficient cow size May 12, 2020 MANHATTAN,…Read More
Courtesy of KSU Beef Cattle Institute Click here to listen to the podcast KC Olson, K-State range beef cattle nutrition and management specialist joins the podcast to discuss how his research led him to select a late spring/early summer calving season and the related marketing choices that come with calving that time of year. Tune…Read More
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