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BeefTalk: Urgent: Obtain a Well-balanced Mineral Program With Magnesium Now!   ( 2016-05-05 )
Grass tetany is difficult to detect early, so make sure cows have sufficient supplementation.
Test Water Quality Before Livestock Turnout   ( 2016-04-25 )
Salts, minerals and bacteria may have compromised the quality of water in ponds and dugouts.
BeefTalk: A Heads-up for a Dry Summer: Plan Forage Production Now   ( 2016-04-21 )
Take forage quality as well as quantity into account when deciding when to harvest.
5th Annual N.D. Angus University Feed-out Set   ( 2016-04-19 )
The project gives producers information on feedlot performance, quality grade and potential retained ownership profitability.
BeefTalk: A Cow is Not a Cow, So Plan Now for Potential Summer Dryness   ( 2016-04-14 )
The key to managing drought is good cattle sorting and modified stocking rates.
Grazing Stick Helps Monitor Pastures, Rangelands   ( 2016-04-12 )
Monitoring helps determine how much forage has been consumed.
BeefTalk: Labor, Facilities and Equipment are Big Beef Expenses   ( 2016-03-24 )
Cow-calf producers need to work smarter, not harder.
Water Developments Enhance Livestock, Environmental Health   ( 2016-03-24 )
Adequate water is critical for livestock health and production.
Calf Losses Before Birth Concern Producers   ( 2016-03-17 )
Producers can take steps to reduce the risk of abortions in cows.
BeefTalk: Reproductive Observations of May Calving Compared With March Calving   ( 2016-03-17 )
Shifting calving from March to May didn’t change the cow herd’s reproductive performance.
Some Drug Purchases Will Require Veterinarian’s Order   ( 2016-01-15 )
This regulation will go into effect Jan. 1, 2017.
Pork Supplies Up, Hog Prices Drop   ( 2015-12-02 )
Swine producers are recovering from the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus outbreak and expanding production.
Use Caution When Grazing Corn Residue   ( 2015-10-26 )
Corn residue can be a good option for extending the grazing season, but too much grain can cause digestive upsets and other health issues.
BeefTalk: Grandma and Grandpa Are Worried!   ( 2015-09-03 )
Cost control is the key to long-term success in the cow-calf business.
Watch for Cyanobacterial Poisoning in Livestock   ( 2015-08-04 )
Cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, is toxic to livestock.
Prepare for Heat Stress in Cattle   ( 2015-07-14 )
Heat stress impacts cattle the most when they are exposed to hot and humid weather for a period of time.
Monitor Bulls During Breeding Season   ( 2015-07-09 )
Watch for breeding activity, injuries and overall condition.
BeefTalk: Cow Size and Success in the Beef Business   ( 2015-05-28 )
Coffee discussions tend to assume an answer quickly, but the reality is much more difficult and complicated.
BeefTalk: Genetic Diversity is a Good Thing   ( 2015-05-21 )
Crossbreeding various breeds of cattle produced calves that are genetically varied. This expanded gene pool has positive benefits on calf survival, growth and subsequent reproduction as mature cattle.
Wet, Cold Weather Creates Calf Health Risks   ( 2015-05-20 )
Producers should monitor their calf crop closely in the next week to 10 days.

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