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Get More Nutrients With Less Feed

By from All News. Published on May 12, 2021.

Feed prices have increased drastically in the past year, so using methods to get more nutrients out of the feed is cost effective.

Summer Pneumonia in Calves a Concern

By from All News. Published on May 11, 2021.

Summer pneumonia is a respiratory disease/pneumonia that occurs in beef calves nursing their dams.

Sacrifice Area May Save Grazing Resources

By from All News. Published on May 11, 2021.

Establishing a sacrifice area may help prevent livestock from damaging a small farm’s grazing resources.

Dakota Gardener: Tomato Varieties for North Dakota

By from All News. Published on May 11, 2021.

Look for varieties that ripen early, resist diseases and produce good yields of delicious fruits.

Producers May Be Dealing With Winter-killed Alfalfa

By from All News. Published on May 10, 2021.

Drought may lead to widespread winter-killed alfalfa this year.

Livestock Nutrient Management Important on Small Farms

By from All News. Published on May 07, 2021.

Having a plan for spring grazing and manure management is important, especially during dry years.

Prairie Fare: Keep Family Meals a Tradition Post-pandemic

By from All News. Published on May 06, 2021.

Eating meals as a family has many benefits.

Systems Management of Disease Includes Vaccination

By from All News. Published on May 04, 2021.

Vaccines can reduce the risk of buildup and spread of environmental pathogens to calves.

Dakota Gardener: Still on the Lookout for Emerald Ash Borer

By from All News. Published on May 04, 2021.

Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week highlight the importance of tree species diversity and the role of firewood in the spread of this harmful insect.

Prairie Fare: Protect and Nourish Your Skin

By from All News. Published on Apr 29, 2021.

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the U.S.
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