Stopping the Spread

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Curtailing disease is important for overall herd health Stopping diseases and viruses from wreaking havoc on a herd can save money, time and frustration. Though...

Maximizing Growth, Reducing Illness

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Proper rumen development is critical for growing calves Whether producers plan to background their calves or take them straight to the sale barn at weaning,...

Spring Pastures

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When is the right time to stop feeding hay? Spring has sprung and so has the green forages in pastures.  “The animals are ready to be...

Pregnancy Detection Methods

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Which is right for your operation? Pregnancy detection in cattle herds gives producers valuable information to help them assess next steps for their operations. A...

Time to Schedule Cancer Screenings

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Cancer deaths expected to increase due to reduced crucial screenings during the pandemic Let’s face it. No one really looks forward to annual screenings like...

The Myths and Facts

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There are many misconceptions about the COVID-19 vaccination When it comes to knowing everything there is to know about the COVID-19 vaccines, it is important to...

Protecting Your Risk

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Feeder calf producers should be aware of changes in Livestock Risk Protection insurance With the rough seas of the cattle industry not indicating calmer times...

It’s a Scorcher!

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How to stay safe when working in the heat Farm work is tough, and it doesn’t stop for the weather. Farmworkers are frequently exposed to...

Healthy Herd Protocols

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Nutrition and vaccinations are critical for overall health The warmer weather may be sparking thoughts of spring cleaning and to-do lists. While compiling a list...

Hitting Milestones

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Producers should monitor calves and conditions of cows  Just like children, calves should be achieving certain “milestones” in their development. There are actions producers can...
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