By: Troy Walz, Nebraska Extension Educator
Colostrum, or first milk produced by the mother after birth, is high in nutrients and antibodies. A newborn calf lacks disease protection because antibodies do not pass across the cow’s placenta to the fetus’… Continue reading
By: Jill J. Dunkel
Is your refrigerator running?
That’s a common joke among elementary kids, but when it comes to pharmaceutical storage, it’s not a laughing matter. Multiple university studies have indicated that pharmaceutical efficacy, especially vaccines, can be at… Continue reading
Grain can be stored in many types of containers, but all storage options should keep the grain dry and provide adequate aeration to control grain temperature, according to North Dakota State University grain drying expert Ken Hellevang.
“Grain… Continue reading
Stored grain needs to be cool and dry during the summer, a North Dakota State University Extension Service grain-drying expert says.
“Cold or cool grain has been safely stored through the summer for many years,” notes Ken Hellevang,… Continue reading
By: Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist
The latest Cattle on Feed (COF) report showed feedlot inventories (among feedlots with 1,000 head or more capacity) on April 1 of 10.853 million head, 100.5 percent of year… Continue reading
By: Emma Hopkins
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Grain producers heading into harvest should carefully monitor the moisture level of their crops to help avoid spoilage during storage, a Purdue Extension expert says.
Klein Ileleji, associate professor of agricultural and biological… Continue reading