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Peanut Brittle Coating Deployed For Cattle Nutrition
Cattle can now be sure to get their vitamins by coating feed in a protective peanut brittle style layer. ...
Water: A Wise Investment
Money made now is best invested in water on your operation. Do not forget the drought you've just battled through. ...
What Are the Dangers of a Warm and Wet October?
October was wetter and warmer than average, contrasting with a dry September, and raising the risk of parasites to cattle. ...
Angus Bulls on Dairy Farms: As Easy as Black and Black and White
Docile, fertile and easy calving, Aberdeen-Angus cattle have complimented an Irish dairy herd for nearly twenty years. ...
Uganda Latest: Porridge, Hand Wounds and Harvest Prospects
Apollo Saku is a farmer, agricultural academic and project leader for Planting for Hope Uganda, a sustainable wealth creation programme aimed at empowering rural communities through farming and cooperative schemes....
Taking Care of Your Farm Over Winter
December brings with it opportunities to manage soil fertility and control weeds, Arkansas producers have been told....
We Need to Beat Facial Eczema Flare-Up
A survey of over 100 New Zealand farms revealed a need to address a fungal condition – facial eczema....
Listen Up Youngsters: Target Consumer Demands
US - Listen to consumers and they will tell you what to produce, and at the moment it is quality....
Spot, Prevent and Cure Bovine Respiratory Disease
Common and costly, Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) accounts for almost half of mortality on some feedlots, meaning prevention, treatment and sound technical knowledge could save fortunes for some. ...
Heavier Weights: Is There a Problem?
Cattle are getting progressively heavier, which is great from a productivity angle but can cause a headache for restaurants. ...
Irish Look at Feeding Stock Over Winter
Winter is here and Irish advisors are letting farmers know the best ways of achieving at least 0.5 kilos average daily gain in their youngstock. ...
Mastitis Impacts Follicle Development
A certain type of mastitis has been shown to limit follicle development. ...
Why September Calve?
An Ohio Cattleman explains why his operation looks to calve down on September 1, meaning now is the time to address rising energy needs. ...
Does Winter Backgrounding Present an Opportunity this Year?
Strong cattle markets represent a risk for backgrounders this winter, according to two Kentucky cattle experts. ...
Behaviour of Dairy Cows Grazing Variable Pasture States and Grain-Based Concentrate
Times through the day have a major effect on grazing behaviour in robotic milking systems, although pasture type does too. ...
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