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It is often thought that stress associated with calving, calf processing, artificial insemination and other direct, close contact with...

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Why in world would I choose to write about the longest daylight day of the year? This might be...

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Dr. A.J. Tarpoff, Extension Beef Veterinarian, shared in Beef Tips an article related to an issue that seems to...

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Water quantity and quality concerns vary from one corner of the state to the other, but there is no...

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It could just be me being bugged (please excuse the Dad pun) but one of the most annoying and...

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Spring time for the spring calving cattle producer is one of the busiest and best times of year. There...

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Walk into nearly any farm supply store in the spring of the year and the sound of cheeping baby...

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It is the time of year when ruminates are getting turned out onto high quality, green, growing grass. It...

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Vaccines are a normal part of standard procedures on most livestock operations. There are vaccines for young livestock, breeding...

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My Great Grandmother used to say “even a deadheaded old work plug can try to kill you on the...

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Hay piles tend to get low this time of year, animals are reaching through fences to nibble green grass...

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Spring is here and with it can be extreme swings in weather conditions. This isn’t necessarily a good thing...

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What an exciting night it was as we wrapped up the 2024 Northeast Kansas Sheep and Goat School. That...

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It might be that more frequent checks of first calf heifers getting ready to calve at the farm has...

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Mob, flerd, multi-specie are all terms used to describe the concept of grazing two or more species of animals...

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