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NDSU Research Improves Beef Cattle Production   ( 2017-10-03 )
Nutrition and meat quality were among the topics NDSU animal scientists have been studying.
Fall Grazing Offers Opportunities and Challenges   ( 2017-09-20 )
NDSU Extension specialists offer fall grazing advice.
Cover Crop Exchange Available   ( 2017-08-11 )
Producers with cover crops available for grazing and those wanting their livestock to graze on cover crops can connect through NDSU’s FeedList.
BeefTalk: Managing Drought Through Proper Soil Health   ( 2017-08-10 )
The effective mitigation of drought is improved soil health and using the available moisture more effectively.
Livestock Forage Disaster Payment Calculator Available   ( 2017-08-04 )
An Excel program can give producers a quick estimate of payments.
Annual Cover Crops a Forage Source   ( 2017-07-21 )
Warm-season forages will be the best hay production option for planting this late in the growing season.
Drought-stressed Canola Possible Forage for Livestock   ( 2017-07-20 )
Canola has a nutrient content that’s similar to alfalfa.
Livestock Nitrate Poisoning Risk Increases During Drought   ( 2017-06-30 )
NDSU Extension specialists offer tips on preventing nitrate poisoning.
FeedList Connects Livestock Feed Buyers, Sellers   ( 2017-06-14 )
The FeedList is a resource for feed sellers and buyers.
Failing to Plan for Drought is Planning to Fail   ( 2017-06-07 )
NDSU Extension specialists offer livestock producers suggestions for dealing with drought.
Options Available for Pasture Weed Control   ( 2017-06-02 )
The right option depends on the location and management goals.
BeefTalk: The Wind, Soil and Grass Are Dry   ( 2017-06-01 )
Drought is the concern this year, so sort cattle into groups that could be sold if necessary.
BeefTalk: Cows Pregnant Again in 82 Days   ( 2017-05-04 )
Good body condition is key to the success of the breeding season.
BeefTalk: Improper Grazing Steals From the Future   ( 2017-04-20 )
Correct pasture stocking rates and grazing plans are essential.
Determine Grazing Readiness Prior to Pasture Turnout   ( 2017-04-12 )
Rangeland grazed too early can take years to recover.
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.
NDSU Extension Develops Grazing Management Tools   ( 2017-03-20 )
These tools can help producers determine carrying capacity and stocking rates.
NDSU Research Increases Beef Cattle Knowledge   ( 2016-09-28 )
Feed intake, breeding systems and finishing diets are among the topics NDSU animal scientists have been studying.

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