By Twig Marston, Ph.D., Apr 10, 2023
Calving season can sometimes have the unexpected and costly consequence of down cows. Milk fever, winter/grass tetany…READ MORE ›
By , Feb 01, 2023
In marketing fed cattle, the old saying rings true: “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” Today’s…READ MORE ›
By Hubbard Beef Nutrition Team, Dec 09, 2022
Feed-yard operators and ranchers rarely end the day having only completed a few tasks. However, bedding cattle is often…READ MORE ›
By Josh Stroh, M.S., Oct 05, 2022
As new cattle arrive at the feed yard, phone calls inevitably follow to veterinarians and nutritionists regarding bloat…READ MORE ›
By Ben Jensen, Aug 22, 2022
Nobody would argue that corn is not a highly versatile and valuable crop. Just ask any FFA member, and they will tell…READ MORE ›
By Hubbard Beef Nutrition Team, Aug 02, 2022
Elevated feed nitrate and/or prussic acid are unwelcome guests at the ruminant dinner table. While consuming toxic…READ MORE ›
By Twig Marston, Ph.D., May 31, 2022
Liver abscesses continue to be a nagging problem for today’s cattle feeders. Incidences of liver abscesses have…READ MORE ›
By , Apr 01, 2022
Observing dry matter intakes (DMI) can help tell us a lot about what is going on with the cattle, like what kind of…READ MORE ›
By Ben Jensen, Mar 30, 2022
The price tags on agricultural goods, along with other day-to-day necessities, are changing by the week. In the last…READ MORE ›