By: Darrin Pack
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Research by Purdue University scientist Jon Schoonmaker and his colleagues has shown that small amounts of calcium oxide can neutralize the acid in distillers grains, a commonly used alternative to corn in many… Continue reading
By: Gerald Stokka
Improperly curing hay made from certain sweet clover varieties such as white and
yellow sweet clover can cause severe and often fatal hemorrhages in livestock
such as cattle, sheep and goats.
“Unfortunately, proper harvesting can be difficult,”… Continue reading
Producers in the region could be dealing with late-maturing, high-moisture corn
That means they have some decisions to make, according to Ken Hellevang, North
Dakota State University Extension Service agricultural engineer and professor in
NDSU’s Agricultural and Biosystems… Continue reading
By: Darrin Pack
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – This year’s projected record corn crop has many farmers looking for alternatives to traditional storage bins and silos, which are expected to fill up quickly now that the harvest is underway.
One of… Continue reading
Dr. Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
First calf heifers have historically been the toughest females on the ranch to get rebred. They are being asked to continue to grow, produce milk, repair the reproductive tract,… Continue reading
By Katy Kemp
If you’ve ever tried to fit a square peg in a round hole, you know frustration. If peg shape was a random variable, you’d find some tool to sort out the right ones.
Feed analysis is that… Continue reading