Nutritional Disorders Associated with High Energy Feeding

Source: National Farm Animal Care Council, Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Beef Cattle Section 3.3.3 Nutritional disorders associated with high energy...

Alternative Feeds for Beef Cattle

Source: Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Background Lack of pasture and hay production in many parts of Ontario this summer has resulted in...

Feedlot Profitability and the Cattle Cycle – CRS Fact Sheet sponsored by Merck Animal...

Source: Canadian Cattlemen's Assocation The cattle cycle is propelled by a free market profit cycle that begins with consumer preference for beef. In a free...

Growth Implants for Beef Cattle

Source: Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives Growth promoting implants have been available for many years in several forms. The two major classes of implants...

Preconditioning cattle

Source: Alberta Cattle Feeders’ Association A preconditioned animal is a feeder calf that has been vaccinated, castrated, dehorned and weaned for 30-45 days prior to...

Beef: Turn Corn Stover to Low Cost Pasture

Source: Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Corn stover can provide a low cost feed source for mid-gestation beef cows. The energy in...

Managing Risk of Bovine Respiratory Disease

Source: National Farm Animal Care Council, Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Beef Cattle Section 3.3.1 Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) is a leading cause...

Producers Can Now Hay, Graze and Chop Cover Crops Anytime and Still Receive Full...

WASHINGTON, July 6, 2021 – Agricultural producers with crop insurance can hay, graze or chop cover crops for silage, haylage or baleage at any...

A Race to Lock in Feed Supplies

7/5/2021 | 12:10 PM CDT As drought worsens, emergency measures are taking place, and cattle producers have begun to ship in hay to survive. (DTN/Progressive...

Managing manure is key to minimizing pen dust

Source: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Pen dust can be a significant issue for livestock welfare and worker health. ‘In Alberta, feedlot dust can develop during periods...
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