Livestock Extension

Accessibility


17 items matching your search terms.
Filter the results.
Item type













New items since



Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
Remove Net Wrap From Forages
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
2012 Cow-Calf Clinic
A series of 4 presentations from the January 13, 2012 Cow-Calf Clinic
Methods of Pregnancy Detection in Beef Cattle
As part of the 2012 NDSU Extension Service Cow Calf Clinic, Dr. Carl Dahlen talks about pregnancy detection in beef cattle.
Beef Cattle Vaccination Strategies
As part of the 2012 NDSU Extension Service Cow Calf Clinic, Dr. Gerald Stokka talks about vaccination strategies for beef cattle.
Common Beef Cattle Diseases in North Dakota
As part of the 2012 NDSU Extension Service Cow Calf Clinic, Dr. Neil Dyer talks about common diseases in North Dakota beef cattle.
Dealing With Temperature Stress in Beef Cattle
As part of the 2012 NDSU Extension Service Cow Calf Clinic, Dr. Charlie Stoltenow talks about dealing with temperature stress in beef cattle.
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
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 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
Creative Commons License
Feel free to use and share this content, but please do so under the conditions of our Creative Commons license and our Rules for Use. Thanks.