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The 5 W’s of Managing Feed Delivery
Carl Dahlen, NDSU Extension Beef Cattle Specialist covers the "Who," "What," "Where," "Why," "When," and "How" of feeding situations, to help refine feeding management and optimize feed delivery and utilization.
Located in Ranch Hand Newsletter
Is Your Herd Really “Closed”?
Maintaining a closed beef herd can have benefits from a herd health and biosecurity standpoint, but how “closed” is a closed herd?
Located in Ranch Hand Newsletter
Remove Net Wrap From Forages
Watch Your Tires!
Inverted tires can make great structures to hold cattle feed and water, but if not properly maintained can cause hardware disease.
Located in Ranch Hand Newsletter
The Effect of Supplementation of Distillers Grains to Calves on Hay Intake, Feeding Behavior and Growth Performance
Research projects have concluded ethanol byproducts can be an effective supplement. NDSU researchers are going further investigating the effects these byproducts might have of feeding behavior.
Located in Ranch Hand Newsletter
Backgrounding Cattle - Fall 2010
Third Trimester and Post-partum Beef Cow Nutrition
NDSU Extension area livestock specialist Karl Hoppe discusses nutritional needs for beef cows in the thrid trimenster of pregnancy or post-partum. This is a recording from the 2011 Cow-Calf Clinic: Beef Cattle Reproduction videoconference. Recorded February 16, 2011.
Byproduct Feeding with Dr. Galen Erickson
Cattle are able to eat coproducts including distillers grains, sugar beet pulp and potato waste. Dr. Galen Erickson of the University of Nebraska - Lincoln talks about availability and proper use of wet coproducts in cattle diets.
Nutritive Value and Feeding Recommendations for other Coproducts with Dr. Greg Lardy
Cattle are able to eat coproducts including distillers grains, sugar beet pulp and potato waste. Dr. Greg Lardy of North Dakota State University talks about nutritive value and feeding recommendations of coproducts for cattle.
Storage Techniques for Ethanol Byproducts with Dr. Galen Erickson
Cattle are able to eat coproducts including distillers grains, sugar beet pulp and potato waste. Dr. Galen Erickson of the University of Nebraska - Lincoln talks about how to properly store ethanol byproducts for use in feeding cattle.
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