Preventing Pregnancy Loss

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Strategies for healthy pregnancies There are a variety of factors that can impact the viability of cattle pregnancies. Some are within a producer’s control and...

Culling the Herd

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Which animals should stay and which should go? No matter the type of livestock operation, at some point, a part of a producer’s herd must...

Winter Annuals

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Filling the forage gap As the cooler months creep in, warm season forages may start to wane. In the Ozarks, producers have the opportunity to...

Hypocalcemia in Beef Cattle

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Underlying symptoms that should be on a producer’s radar Traditionally, producers running dairy operations are the ones monitoring their cows for symptoms of hypocalcemia. However,...

Preparing for Winter

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Taking steps to maximize productivity in your herd or flock It’s never too soon to start preparing for the future. This may be especially true...

Prussic Acid Poisoning

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Keeping herds safe from the deadly plant poison During stretches of drought or a frost the likelihood of prussic acid building up in Johnsongrass increases....

Changing Minerals with the Seasons

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Deficiencies in certain minerals can have adverse effects on herd health As the season changes from summer to fall, livestock nutrition experts recommend producers consider...

Marketing Livestock and Farm Products

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Tips from experts on developing a marketing strategies  Consumers today are eager to know where their food comes from and how it is produced. The...

Calving in Clean Pastures

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Why keeping it clean creates healthier calves and cows A tried-and-true strategy for giving newborn calves a good, healthy start in life, is creating a...

Cattle ID Methods

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Freeze branding versus hot iron branding The proper identification of animals in a herd creates a variety of benefits for producers. One of the primary...
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