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BeefTalk: Zero Tolerance for Bad Cows   ( 2017-04-13 )
Never, never assume a cow will not harm you.
Determine Grazing Readiness Prior to Pasture Turnout   ( 2017-04-12 )
Rangeland grazed too early can take years to recover.
BeefTalk: Cattle, So Why Not Sheep, Too?   ( 2017-04-06 )
Diversification in today’s specialization world is OK.
Feeding Management Reduces Weak Calves   ( 2017-04-03 )
Weak calf syndrome is associated with reduced nutrition to the mother.
Good Management Reduces Cows Deaths   ( 2017-03-31 )
Good management means giving cows adequate nutrition, health care and protection from bad weather.
BeefTalk: For Every Cow, Add a Ewe and Increase Net Return 65 Percent   ( 2017-03-30 )
Sheep's biological needs fit very well with cattle.
Minimize Consequences of Poor Body Condition at Calving   ( 2017-03-28 )
A poor body condition at calving can have long-term impacts.
Evaluate Pasture Rental Rates Before Renewing Contract   ( 2017-03-27 )
Rental rates depend on a number of factors.
BeefTalk: Cattle and Sheep Together a Good Thing   ( 2017-03-23 )
Specialization may not always be the answer on a beef operation.
NDSU Extension Develops Grazing Management Tools   ( 2017-03-20 )
These tools can help producers determine carrying capacity and stocking rates.
BeefTalk: The Goal is $1,000 Per Cow Exposed, Including Market Beef   ( 2017-03-16 )
Adding pounds to the market beef is worth pondering.
BeefTalk: Should I Market 25.6 or 51.2 Tons of Beef?   ( 2017-03-09 )
An integrated crop and livestock system can make a difference in the bottom line.
Lice in Cattle a Problem   ( 2017-03-08 )
NDSU Extension offers tips on controlling lice in cattle.
BeefTalk: Grain Truck or Cattle Truck: Which One Should I Load?   ( 2017-03-02 )
Producers can add pounds of calf through the conversion of forage to beef.
BeefTalk: An Increase in Beef Cows Requires Cropland   ( 2017-02-23 )
Cattle producers will need to find a way to use cropland if much cow herd expansion is going to happen.
BeefTalk: A Lot Happens Around the Kitchen Table   ( 2017-02-16 )
Take time to gather input from those involved in the operation and develop a plan.
BeefTalk: Pitching Hay or Doing Homework, the Choice is Ours   ( 2017-02-09 )
Today’s beef business centers around knowledge based on data.
Kincheloe Joins Hettinger Research Extension Center   ( 2017-02-03 )
As an Extension livestock specialist, she will provide resources and educational programming on beef production.
BeefTalk: Prepping for Calving Means Prepped Cows   ( 2017-02-02 )
If cows are well-prepared, the calving season will go smoothly.
Shop for the Right Bull From the Right Place   ( 2017-02-02 )
Buying bulls that fit the cattle operation’s objectives is vital.

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