Texas Study: Fumonisin Not Detrimental to Beef Cattle Diets Oct 11, 2018

🕔Oct 11, 2018
Increasing levels of dietary fumonisin do not adversely affect feedlot cattle performance, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Research scientist in Amarillo. After a tumultuous 2017 corn season resulting in […]

Tariff Realities: Would Whole Soybeans Work as Cattle Feed? – DTN Oct 10, 2018

🕔Oct 10, 2018
Casey Schuhmacher wants to do the best job he can feeding cattle while limiting feed costs. With soybean prices low, thanks to large global stocks and recent U.S.-China trade disputes, […]

Nebraska: Drought-Stressed Corn – A Feed Opportunity Aug 13, 2018

🕔Aug 13, 2018
The game of “what-if” can be tricky. What if the corn crop becomes drought damaged this year? Am I prepared to utilize this forage? Drought-stressed corn will start to wilt […]

Livestock: USDA Change is Reminder of Louis Dinklage, Industry Legend – DTN Mar 10, 2017

🕔Mar 10, 2017
Some called him the King of Wisner. Admirers with less of a dramatic flair referred to him as the master of two-way cattle. But most in his wide circle of […]

Ohio Livestock: Corn Residue Can Be Used as Supplemental Feed Oct 29, 2015

🕔Oct 29, 2015
Corn residue left over from harvesting can make an excellent source of supplemental feed for livestock, according to a forage expert from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at […]

Corn Stover: Don’t Remove Too Much, Sustainability is Key – DTN Oct 22, 2015

🕔Oct 22, 2015
Once considered low-quality forage of little value, corn stover is now thought of as an under-used resource and utilizing it is a growing practice in the cattle-feeding industry. However, as […]

Georgia Livestock: Assessing Hay Quality for Supplemental Feeding Mar 11, 2015

🕔Mar 11, 2015
Many cattlemen are having to feed more hay than expected due to continuous weather issues and are getting down to low quality hay.

Arkansas Cattle: Weather Has Some Ranchers Feeding Supplements Early Nov 21, 2014

🕔Nov 21, 2014
It has been a fantastic year for cattle farmers, according to Boone County Extension Agent Mike McClintock, but heavy rains throughout the year may augur higher production costs through the […]

DDGs: Grains from New Fermentation Process Safe for Cattle – DTN Jul 3, 2014

🕔Jul 3, 2014
Distillers grains from a newly patented secondary fermentation process have proven to cause no significant loss in performance in beef steers, according to a recent Iowa State University feeding trial. […]

Texas Grain Sorghum: Tiny Pest May Pose Large Problem Jan 30, 2014

🕔Jan 30, 2014
A tiny insect of unknown origin is posing a serious threat to the billion dollar Texas grain sorghum crop, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. The threat comes […]

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