By Daniel Herold, Ph.D., Dec 14, 2020
Urea remains one of the most widely used yet mysterious and misunderstood options for beef production. How can we…READ MORE ›
By Ben Jensen, Dec 08, 2020
Farmers love what they do, and whether they realize it or not, each one lives for the harvest — not just crop farmers…READ MORE ›
By Twig Marston, Ph.D., Oct 14, 2020
When planning the management program for the late-gestation cowherd, we need to be preparing for what’s next. “What’s…READ MORE ›
By James Gaspers, Ph.D., Aug 13, 2020
Growth-promoting implants have been used in the beef cattle industry for decades. They serve to increase muscle…READ MORE ›
By Garrett Preedy, M.S., Jun 09, 2020
Most cattle are fed total mixed rations (TMR) or grain supplements daily to optimize performance and economics. However…READ MORE ›
By Dr. Ed Bonnette, Apr 29, 2020
That statement caught my eye. Are we “worming” our animals or “de-worming” them? Everyone uses those words…READ MORE ›
By Tyler Melroe, M.S., Apr 14, 2020
It doesn’t matter what time of year it is — the potential for hoof injuries and infections exists in all types of…READ MORE ›
By Ben Jensen, Apr 07, 2020
Baleage has become a common term on farms throughout the country, as it is now one of the most popular ways of…READ MORE ›
By Daniel Herold, Ph.D., Mar 31, 2020
Since the advent of the ethanol boom in the upper Midwest, distillers grains (also known simply as distillers) have…READ MORE ›