Grazing Corn Residue Can Save Money

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Grazing corn residue can save landowners precious dollars.

Cash for Your Dead Livestock

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It was a terrific but deadly lightning show when massive bolts of energy lit up the skies in a dramatic storm a few days before Labor Day in 2010. Forty head of cows huddled in the open on Noel and Wendal Rogers’ farm near Rogersville, Mo. The next morning singed hair on five dead cows and heifers told the story.

Weaning: When and How

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Determining when to wean, and what will be the best protocol when keeping calves on; backgrounding, creep feeding, etc.

Keeping it Fresh

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The benefits of providing fresh, clean water to livestock Many livestock producers use ponds to provide water to their animals. While a farm pond has...

Prevent the Spread

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Integrated livestock industries like swine and poultry already maintain strict biosecurity measures on the farm; similar practices are also making their way onto cattle ranches.

A Look At Private Land Services

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Traditionally, our farmers are the best stewards of the land,”  stated Bob Schroeppel, Regional Supervisor in charge of 17 counties for the Missouri Department of Conservation’s Division of Private Land Services. “It’s their mindset. Most of the landowners we work with are production farmers working primarily in cattle and grassland production.
“We may have to do a little more education with our absentee landowners, our recreational landowners, but our farmers want to take care of their land and for us, it’s good to work with farmers.”

Is Your Bull Ready to Work?

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It’s time for your bull’s annual checkup.

Breeding Profitability

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The importance of genetics in dairy production It’s no secret quality genetics increase profits. But just how important of a role does a herd’s genetics...
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