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2016 April 22
Researchers at the Kansas State (K-State) Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and the Center of Excellence for Vector-borne Diseases, both in the university’s College of Veterinary Medicine, have established a set of models to evaluate the space-time pattern and environmental drivers of a devastating cattle disease, bovine anaplasmosis, in Kansas.

by WLJ
2016 April 22
The beef sector is important to our dairy industry because our cows will eventually end up in the beef supply. On our farm, we always look to the beef side as the final product for our cows. We love the fact that we can make milk with them, but they have a dual purpose in providing nutrition for consumers through the beef they provide.
2016 April 22
Forage fertility management should not be something you make up as you go. Strategic planning by means of soil testing, following recommendations and having forage yield goals are vital in forage fertility management, according to A.J. Foster, Southwest Area Agronomist for Kansas State University Extension in Garden City, KS.

by WLJ
2016 April 22
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association (TSCRA) announced Richard Thorpe of Winters, TX, as its new President April 10 at the conclusion of the association’s annual convention. Thorpe, along with his family, owns and operates Mesa T Ranch. He also has a medical degree from Texas Tech University.

by WLJ
2016 April 22
North Dakota Stockmen’s Association (NDSA) brand officials are offering tips to accomplish the goal of producing crisp, clear images that leave no doubt concerning the ownership of your livestock.

2016 April 22
In most cases, Rusche explained that yearling bulls have been developed on higher energy diets than what will be available to them during the breeding season. Therefore, he said simply turning young bulls out to the breeding pastures increases the likelihood of excessive weight loss and potentially a reduction in fertility and libido.

2016 April 22
“It’s the manure that serves as the source of bacteria for uninfected cattle,” Daly said. “Since Johne’s disease primarily affects the intestine, an infected animal sheds the bacteria (Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis) through their manure.

2016 April 22
According to the saying, those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it. When it comes to the issues with the Endangered Species Act (ESA) however, that might be a blessing to the West and landowners. A trio of conservationpartnership leaders pointed out that where once the ESA could be called successful, it has since become a formula of failure.

2016 April 15
“The first priority for reestablishing the sage-grouse has been the removal of junipers and pinyon pine trees, then reestablishing [the landscape] by coming back in and reseeding with a variety of native grasses and sagebrush for the sage-grouse, which also helps the cattle and sheep that graze on those lands with wildlife.



by USDA
2016 April 8
As part of ongoing efforts to combat the spread of invasive and noxious weeds that threaten the health and productivity of millions of acres of public lands, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), on April 7 released the Final Programmatic...


2016 April 8
The wetland mitigation bank program is designed to provide agricultural producers with an affordable option to meet their conservation compliance responsibilities by providing a platform where wetland credits can be bought and sold with the assistance of a dedicated third party.


2016 April 8
The Deschutes Basin Board of Control (DBBC), however, would like to see a written opinion. DBBC President Mike Britton said, “We naturally believe any mediation will be more productive if the court issues a written opinion explaining the basis for denying the motion for preliminary injunction.


2016 April 8
Having soil tested is the first step to having a more productive pasture or garden. Ben Polley, a graduate student working for the University of Missouri (MU) Extension in Douglas County, recommends having soils tested prior to fertilizer applications or, for well-managed operations, every two to three years.