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Winter Management of the Beef Cow Herd - AS1564
Good winter management practices contribute to healthy and productive cattle, reasonable feed costs and humane care. This publication describes recommended management practices for beef cows during the winter.
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Calf Diarrhea (aka Scours) - V1630
Infectious calf scours is found in two forms: those involving excess secretion of fluids and electrolytes from the intestine (such as E. coli K99), and those that have reduced absorption from the intestine into the body (other types of E. coli, Salmonella, rotavirus, coronavirus, etc.).
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Estrus Synchronization for Natural-service Breeding in Beef Cattle - AS1712
Breeding systems that utilize natural-service bulls to breed estrus-synchronized females may offer opportunities to get females pregnant earlier in the breeding season, have calves born earlier in the calving season and possibly increase weaning weight of calves born to synchronized females.
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Method of Pregnancy Detection in Beef Cattle - AS1632
Pregnancy detection is a way to identify nonpregnant cows and, subsequently, decide how to best manage nonpregnant animals on your operation.
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2017 North Dakota Beef Report (AS1862)
This report has several short research reports from researchers conducting research on beef cattle and associated topics. The target audience is people associated with the beef industry in ND and elsewhere.
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A Preventive Herd Health Program: Checklist for Beef Producers (AS1731)
Gerald Stokka, Extension Veterinarian and Livestock Stewardship Specialist Carl Dahlen, Extension Beef Cattle Specialist
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Alternative Winter Feeding Strategies for Beef Cattle Management - NM1726
The focus of this publication is to highlight alternative practices for consideration as an alternative to winter animal confinement in a feedlot.
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