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by WLJ
2015 March 6
Aside from being a great source of protein, beef provides essential nutrients in a smaller package than some other proteins.
by WLJ
2015 March 6
Bob Hartzler and Mike Owen, professors of agronomy and ISU Extension and Outreach weed scientists, updated the 2015 Herbicide Guide for Iowa Corn and Soybean Production to reflect the 2014 growing season, product effectiveness and changes in industry offerings.
by WLJ
2015 March 6
Kentucky-31 fescue, the dominant grass in Missouri pastures, has a fungus living between cell walls of the plant. Toxin from the fungus protects the plant but harms grazing animals. New novel endophytes protect the grass without harming livestock..
by WLJ
2015 March 6
Its ongoing decline—to its lowest level since July 2010—reflects robust supply conditions as well as ongoing weakness in many currencies versus the U.S. dollar, which appear set to continue, said Michael Griffin, FAO’s dairy and livestock market expert.
by WLJ
2015 March 6
Dr. Mike Roussell, author and nutrition consultant, set out five years ago to answer the question, “Does lean beef have a place in the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet?” He says, “Today that research is being published, and after...
by WLJ
2015 March 6
Next, farmers should carefully disassemble and inspect all material distribution components such as seed delivery mechanisms, fertilizer applicators, herbicide nozzles and insecticide distributors. These parts should be handled with care since some are delicate.
by WLJ
2015 March 6
Beef contributes only 10 percent or less of the saturated fat and total fat in the diet, yet provides more than 10 percent of 10 essential nutrients. Also, more than half of beef’s fatty acids are monounsaturated (good) fat—the same kind found in olive oil and avocados.
by WLJ
2015 March 6
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) urged the committee to vote for the measure, but the agriculture workforce coalition opposes the bill. The bill, called the Legal Workforce Act, passed out of committee last week by a 20-13 vote, according to a news release by the committee.
by WLJ
2015 March 6
Consumers and the food industry are demanding that sustainable products be produced. Farmers, too, have a vested interest in sustainability as they are stewards of the land. “Best management practices” help growers protect the environment, produce abundant, safe food, and generate profit.
by WLJ
2015 March 6
A group of U.S. beef value chain participants including producers, processors, retailers, foodservice operators, packers, allied industry and non-governmental organizations last week announced the launch of the U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (USRSB).
by WLJ
2015 March 6
New Mexico’s statewide cow herd decreased during recent years due to severe drought conditions. As weather conditions improve, cattle producers are now investing in the future as they rebuild their cow herds with higher-quality genetics from regionally adapted registered cow herds.
by WLJ
2015 March 6
Common questions agricultural producers have regarding water use typically relate to conserving water resources. Beyond wanting to know the range of water use by particular crops, producers sometimes question why and how crops use water. They may inquire about what causes crop water use to fluctuate.
2015 March 6
This Janu a r y, I spent two weeks on a dairy farm in Nicaragua. I volunteered to teach an intensive rotational grazing and electric fencing project on this farm. Early each morning, 30 cows are handmilked once a day by several workers. Pasture forage and supplemental feeding maintain the calves.
2015 March 3
With negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal hanging in the balance, the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) last week threw its support behind renewal of Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), which will enable the current administration and future ones to negotiate and close trade agreements such as the TPP.
by WLJ
2015 March 3
With each degree drop in temperature below freezing, their energy requirements increase by 1 percent. Since the temperature has been easily 20-30 degrees below freezing, livestock will need 20-30 percent more energy to maintain their weight.
by WLJ
2015 March 3
Good managers of grass and cattle know how to lower impact of toxic fescue. They diluted fescue with clover, feed grain supplement and rotational graze paddocks. Those practices also boost returns with novel endophytes, Roberts says. Good managers benefit first and most, he adds.


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