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09:45AM Oct 14, 2019

Knowing Hay Quality Affects Supplementation Strategy

Glenn Selk
Oklahoma State University Extension beef specialist
Meeting the supplemental protein needs for the cows and replacement heifers consuming that forage must be done properly and economically.
12:23PM Sep 30, 2019

Body Condition at Calving is Still a Key to Reproductive Success!

Glenn Selk
Oklahoma State University Extension beef specialist
Body condition is categorized by a scoring system based on “1” being very emaciated and “9” is extremely obese. Most commercial range cows will be in the middle three scores
Wean Backgrounding Calves Feedlot UNL
09:58AM Sep 06, 2019

Pay Attention to How Often Cattle Eat for Rumen Health

Brittany Bowman
AgWeb Contributor
The new frontier in nutrition research is the rumen microbe population, and new management practices have been shown to improve rumen health.
14:43PM Sep 03, 2019

The Difference Between Cows’ and Cars’ GHG Emissions

Jim Dickrell
Dairy Editor
It all boils down, so the speak, to basic science.
14:12PM Jul 30, 2019

Fake Meats Don’t Fit Chipotle’s Principles

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
Chipotle’s commitment to simple food created from just 51 ingredients will not feature alternative proteins the company considers too processed for its customers.
07:18AM Jul 26, 2019

Livestock Producers: Storing Wet and Modified Distillers Grains

Warren Rusche
AgWeb Contributor
In the coming months feed cost and availability will be a challenge. One opportunity livestock producers can use to get ahead is to store wet or modified distiller’s grains now
14:46PM Jul 09, 2019

Beyond Meat ‘Tastes Like Overpriced Falafel'

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
The speed fake meat products capture market share from the real stuff is dependent on money from investors. So what advice does an investment pro offer?