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Avoid Introducing Weed Seeds through Livestock Feed   ( 2019-04-30 )
Buy feeds and forages without weed seeds to avoid spreading the weeds.
Make Sure Rations are Adequate for Lactating Cows   ( 2019-04-18 )
The first 60 to 90 days post-calving are the most nutritionally demanding period in the production cycle, and the expectations for a cow at this time are many.
Scours a Problem in N.D. Calves   ( 2019-04-16 )
NDSU’s Extension veterinarian offers advice to help cattle producers reduce the risk of scours and other problems.
Consider Alternatives to Early Grazing   ( 2019-04-04 )
Grazing too early in the spring can result in decreased forage production the entire grazing season.
Coccidiosis Affecting Young Calves   ( 2019-04-03 )
Coccidiosis may produce symptoms in calves 3 weeks to 1 year old, but it can infect all age groups.
Flooding Could Force Producers to Move Cattle   ( 2019-03-25 )
Cattle producers should be prepared for wet, muddy conditions and possible flooding this spring.
Winter Calving Requires Diligence   ( 2019-03-08 )
Heavy snowfall and dangerous wind chills have created difficult-to-manage calving conditions this winter.
Persistent Lice in Cattle a Problem With Few Solutions   ( 2019-03-07 )
NDSU Extension offers options for curbing lice outbreaks.
Calf Losses Before Birth a Concern   ( 2019-02-15 )
The normal abortion or stillbirth rate in a cow herd is 1 to 2 percent.
Meehan Named 2018 Communicator of the Year   ( 2018-10-29 )
This year’s award recipient is the NDSU Extension livestock environmental stewardship specialist.
NDSU Extension Offers Fall Checklist for Cattle Producers   ( 2018-10-05 )
Now is a good time to protect the herd from health issues.
NDSU Extension Warns Against Ergot-contaminated Feeds   ( 2018-08-23 )
Ergotism is most prevalent in late summer, when the seed heads of grass mature.
Determine Available Forage for Grazing   ( 2018-08-23 )
Dry conditions make producers concerned about their forage resources.
Corn Can Make Good Silage   ( 2018-08-15 )
Corn silage can provide a high-quality feed for livestock if it is harvested and ensiled properly.
NDSU Extension Apps, Online Tools Take Guesswork Out of Farming   ( 2018-07-30 )
NDSU Extension also has developed health and disaster preparedness online tools and apps.
Pinkeye and Foot Rot a Rancher’s Headache   ( 2018-07-27 )
Producers have several options for controlling flies.
Don’t Forget the Bulls   ( 2018-07-25 )
Check bulls often during the early part of the breeding season.
Reduce Heat Stress in Cattle   ( 2018-07-18 )
Summer heat and humidity can take a toll on cattle and humans.
Hot Weather Increases Risk of Cyanobacterial Poisoning to Livestock   ( 2018-07-17 )
High temperatures promote the growth of blue-green algae, which can produce harmful toxins.
Cattle Pest Control Vital   ( 2018-06-08 )
Left untreated, pests can cause significant loss in production.
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: Is Intermittent Fasting Good for Your Health?  (2019-12-12)  Before changing your eating plan, work with a health-care provider and a dietitian to develop a healthful eating pattern.  FULL STORY
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