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Cool Weather May Decrease Forage Production, Quality   ( 2019-06-13 )
NDSU livestock and forage experts offer advice if producers see a decrease in forage production and quality.
Delaying Calving Season Could Decrease Calf Deaths   ( 2019-05-31 )
Calving in warmer weather or a clean barn could be the key to fewer deaths.
Balance Your Forage Resources   ( 2019-05-30 )
Make sure you aren’t overdrawing from your forge account.
NDSU Extension Specialists Say Proper Timing of Livestock Pest Management is Vital   ( 2019-05-28 )
Use integrated pest management concepts to control livestock pests. The key is using the right type of control at the right time for the right duration to control pests effectively.
Grazing Too Early Can Decrease Forage Production, Warns NDSU Specialist   ( 2019-05-10 )
Turning livestock out on grass too early can have long-term impacts on grasslands.
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.
Spotlight on Economics:  Spotlight on Economics: COVID-19 Impact on Meat Consumers and Producers  (2020-08-05)  The pandemic caused major disruptions in the U.S. meat industry.  FULL STORY
Prairie Fare: Prairie Fare: Do You Have Zucchini Coming Out of Your Ears?  (2020-08-06)  Zucchini is a versatile and prolific summer squash.  FULL STORY
Dakota Gardener:  Dakota Gardener: Beware of the Garden Glutton  (2020-08-04)  Hornworms eat four times their weight every day.  FULL STORY
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