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Now is Time to Check Cattle Rations, Test Feeds   ( 2014-12-05 )
Inadequate nutrition can cause cows to lose weight and body condition.
Protect Livestock From Sweet Clover Disease   ( 2014-10-22 )
Sweet clover contains a high level of a chemical that can be converted to an anticoagulant.
BeefTalk: Eucs, Grass and a Tear   ( 2014-08-14 )
Grass is not simply a plant that is potted and admired.
Dairy Focus: Spring Thaw Can Contribute to Feed Waste   ( 2014-03-12 )
Spoilage will increase as temperatures rise.
NDSU Shares Beef Cattle Research Results   ( 2013-12-18 )
Beef cattle nutrition, breeding and bedding were among the subjects NDSU researchers studied in 2013.
Timing Critical in Alfalfa Harvest   ( 2013-09-26 )
Weigh the risk of winter injury against the need for forage when deciding whether to harvest alfalfa in the fall.
Let Grass, Cows be Guide When Weaning   ( 2013-09-18 )
The 2013 growing season was unusual for pasture production and quality across North Dakota.
Drylot Beef Cow Production a Viable Option   ( 2013-07-15 )
NDSU researchers are comparing drylot and pasture cow-calf beef production systems.
Alternative Sheep Grazing Systems Workshop Set   ( 2013-06-20 )
Sheep can use forages in areas that may not be accessible to cattle.
Forage More Valuable Today   ( 2013-03-06 )
High hay prices mean producers need to improve yields and reduce waste.
BeefTalk: Survival Still is About Production Costs   ( 2013-02-28 )
A good place to start is gross margin.
Dairy Focus: Improve Low-quality Forages   ( 2012-09-24 )
Ammoniation and adding hydrated lime can improve low-quality forages.
Dairy Focus: Many Factors Affect Corn Silage Price   ( 2012-08-22 )
NDSU’s dairy specialist offers help in setting a fair price for corn silage.
Dairy Focus: Poor Corn Pollination Affects Quality   ( 2012-08-08 )
NDSU’s dairy specialist offers advice on feeding and storing poorly pollinated corn.
Hay CRP Land Soon   ( 2012-08-02 )
NDSU’s rangeland management specialist offers advice for harvesting Conservation Reserve Program land for hay.
Testing Forages Pays Dividends   ( 2012-07-26 )
Some forage may be low in nutritional value and high in nitrate.
Canola Possible Forage Crop for Livestock   ( 2012-07-25 )
Canola can be an alternative feed for livestock, but producers need to be aware of the challenges.
Haying, Ensiling Immature Corn Poses Challenges   ( 2012-07-25 )
Nitrate levels are a concern when haying or ensiling corn.
FeedList Connects Livestock Feed Buyers, Sellers   ( 2012-07-12 )
NDSU’s free service helps connect producers who need livestock feed with those who have it.
Early Spring Means Cutting Hay Early   ( 2012-06-08 )
Hay crops are maturing early this year.

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