Dairy Farmers’ Bottom Line

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It may not be the dairy farmer's finest hours, but Ted Probert, Dairy Specialist with the University Extension Office out of Wright County, says there are still things they can do to help their bottom line.

Improving Pasture Efficiency

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Improving forages can improve the overall efficiency of a herd and help increase profits When raising cattle, the efficiency of the herd is an important...

Keeping Up with Colostrum

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Colostrum will help insure that a newborn has the right start to life Colostrum, by definition, is milk secreted for a few days after childbirth...

Preventing Infertility in Pigs

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If you are a pork producer, one of your main goals, more likely than not, is to keep your breeding boars and sows in good shape.

Achieving Marbling

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Cattlemen know marbling is important, and they keep hearing about ways to give it a head start. Early weaning onto a high-starch grain ration sounds promising, but could it be risky? The price of corn and potential for lighter carcass weights keep some producers from taking that route.

Taking Control of Weeds

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If weeds have taken over your pasture, your best bet is to use a weedkiller.

Beefing Up Your Breeding Season

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Nutrition, herd health and genetics play a role in a successful breeding program Every producer wants their breeding season to be successful because successful breeding...

Winterizing Equipment

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With cold weather coming, it’s a good idea before you put machinery away for the winter to check the antifreeze. Even if you’re not sure you’ve got it.

The Right Bull for the Job

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Come breeding season, producers are out to find the proper bull to meet their needs – calving size, weight gain, price, etc.

Photosensitization Defined

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Photosensitization in horses is easy to detect and easy to treat. What may not be so easy is identifying the cause.

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