By: Aaron Berger, NE Extension Educator
Warm, windy, dry conditions in the month of March have dried out the top soil in many parts of Nebraska. While there is still adequate subsoil moisture in many locations, the pattern of above… Continue reading
AccuWeather Global Weather Center – April 5, 2017 – AccuWeather reports experts are calling for a below-normal hurricane season this year, as a potential El Niño may limit the development of storms.
AccuWeather meteorologists are… Continue reading
Wireless cameras in the calving barn mean producers can monitor cows and heifers without leaving the warmth of the house.
Devices strapped to the back end of cows can send an alert to a smartphone when the calving process commences,… Continue reading
By: Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension animal acientist, and Gant Mourer, Oklahoma State University Beef Quality Enhancement specialist
Spring time is thunderstorm season across the Plains. Spring storms occasionally bring severe winds or even tornadoes. Windy spring days… Continue reading
Winter weather has replaced warm fall temperatures, so cattle producers need to change the way they care for their animals, North Dakota State University Extension Service livestock specialists say.
“Two major blizzards have made their way through the region, bringing… Continue reading