MANHATTAN, Kan. – A new disease, bacterial leaf streak, has made its way into corn crops throughout the heartland. It’s so new to the United States that it is unclear whether it will pose a threat to this year’s yields,… Continue reading
By: Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Spring born calves have already been, or soon will be weaned to meet the 45 day requirement for value-added calf sales. A minimum of a 45-day weaning period… Continue reading
AMARILLO – Too much water doesn’t help corn producers make more crop; too little water also takes away from yields. Ongoing Texas A&M AgriLife Research studies are determining a formula for finding the right amount for the right results with… Continue reading
COLUMBIA, Mo. – As risk managers, cattle producers lag behind corn growers. That is, if a show of hands by producers means anything.
At extension meetings, Scott Brown, University of Missouri economist, asks beef producers if they think cattle prices… Continue reading
In the fall many dairy producers see slumps in production and feed intake. This is often due to an abrupt change from old corn silage to green chop or recently fermented corn silage.
“Preparing for the switch and easing the… Continue reading
By: Darrin Pack
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – With heavy rains and high humidity expected to continue for the next few weeks across parts of the Midwest, a Purdue Extension specialist is advising corn and soybean producers to check their… Continue reading