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4/06/09 K-State Research Shows Potential in Feeding Cull Cows, by Mary Lou Peter, Kansas State University

 

Ridin’ Herd: Keep the young ones separate, by Rick Rasby, Angus Journal, February 2009

 

Cull or Be Culled: Reducing herd size to match one’s limited forage and feed resources might be worth considering, but just like any other business decision, it must first be thought out, by Ed Haag, Angus Journal, November 2008


Vet Call:
Grain overload, by Bob Larson, Angus Journal, November 2008


Managing Pasture Feeding Areas: With increasing forage and hay costs in Iowa, producers look to low-cost rations, by Iowa Beef Center Staff, Angus Journal, August 2008


Vet Call: Toxicity problems associated with feed, by Bob Larson, Angus Journal, August 2008


Ridin’ Herd: Early planning will pay dividends, by Rick Rasby, Angus Journal, June 2008

 

Tips for Managing Around Drought: Includes four short stories — “The Root of the Problem,” “Money Matters,” “Got Hay?” and “Beware of Nitrate Poisoning,” by Becky Mills, Angus Journal, April 2008


Rebalancing the Grain Grazers: Researchers explore how shifts in diet affect bloat in grain-grazing cattle, by Ed Haag, Angus Journal, April 2008


Penny-wise, Dollar-foolish: Beef researchers warn that failing to include deworming in your preweaning strategy could cost you more money in the long run, by Ed Haag, Angus Journal, March 2008

 

How Do I Put Together a Production System That is Best for Me? Terry Klopfenstein’s presentation at the 2007 Range Beef Cow Symposium, summary, PowerPoint and proceedings available in the newsroom at www.rangebeefcow.com


Benefits of Weaning Calves at Younger Ages: Trey Patterson’s presentation at the 2007 Range Beef Cow Symposium, summary, PowerPoint and proceedings available in the newsroom at www.rangebeefcow.com


Too Much of a Good Thing: Having reproductive problems in females grazing irrigated pasture? Maybe your cattle are suffering from too much protein, by Troy Smith, Angus Journal, February 2007


Ridin’ Herd: A management system to attack feed costs, by Rick Rasby, Angus Journal, June 2006


Ridin’ Herd: Forage feeding losses can add up, by Rick Rasby, Angus Journal, February 2006


Beef Cattle Research Update, by Harlan Ritchie, Steven Rust and Daniel Buskirk, Angus Beef Bulletin, February 2006


Beef Logic: Feeding patterns can make a difference, by Bob Long, Angus Journal, February 2003


Corn for Cows: Feed a Little or a Lot: It is often available and an economical source of energy for cows, but feed corn with caution. Supplement forage with a little bit, or make corn your primary feed ingredient. Anything in between could be counterproductive, by Troy Smith, Angus Journal, October 2002

 

 
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