Grazing Cattle In Kansas
Aug 14, 2019

K-State beef cattle specialist Dale Blasi explains the benefits of grazing cattle before winter season.




Grazing Cattle In Kansas

Grazing Cattle In Kansas

K-State beef cattle specialist Dale Blasi explains the benefits of grazing cattle before winter season.... More
Summer Pneumonia in Calves

Summer Pneumonia in Calves

A listless calf that’s easy to catch probably isn’t feeling very well. Could summer pneumonia be the cause? Dr. Halden Clark, a veterinarian with the Great Plains Veterinary Education Center, explains why cases may be on the rise this season, and options for treatment.... More
Irrigation Research Helping Conserve Water

Irrigation Research Helping Conserve Water

Every year, farmers from across Georgia gather in Camilla to check out the latest technology and research in irrigation. Damon Jones tells you what kind of advancements have been made and why it's especially important this year.... More
Mesonet Weather

Mesonet Weather

Wes Lee says August 5 is typically the hottest day of the year but he shows us how 2019 has been anything but typical. Gary McManus shows us where drought is intensifying across the state and where the Climate Prediction Center is optimistic for rain next week.... More
STRAWBERRY PICKING | ORGANIC FARM

STRAWBERRY PICKING | ORGANIC FARM

Organic strawberry form in Markham, Ontario.... More
Luxor Farms Planting White Beans

Luxor Farms Planting White Beans

While in southern Ontario I came across this farm getting their white beans planted before the next set of rains came through.... More
RRC Ag Days: How to select a bull for your herd

RRC Ag Days: How to select a bull for your herd

Jared Sherman, Cattle Manager at Soderglen Ranches, talks about what farmers should be looking for when selecting a bull for their herd at RRC Ag Days.... More

Producing Prosperity in Canada Campaign

Producing Prosperity in Canada Campaign

Canadian agriculture is an economic engine in Canada, and has been identified as one of the sector's with the most potential for growth in Canada.... More
A PLASTIC FEEDER CHAIN!?!?! 2188 case maintenance

A PLASTIC FEEDER CHAIN!?!?! 2188 case maintenance

A PLASTIC FEEDER CHAIN!?!?! 2188 case maintenance... More
Spraying beans and awesome hay!

Spraying beans and awesome hay!

Spraying beans and awesome hay!... More
Field Notes: Nitrogen Fixing Cover Crops

Field Notes: Nitrogen Fixing Cover Crops

Field Notes: Nitrogen Fixing Cover Crops... More
Alberta Wheat and Barley

Alberta Wheat and Barley's 2018 highlights

Learn more about the work the Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions are doing to build profitability for farmers.... More
Principles of Body Condition Scoring in Swine

Principles of Body Condition Scoring in Swine

Body condition scoring is a useful tool for improving herd productivity. In this video, you will learn to conduct body condition scoring on your sows by learning the hallmark indicators of thin, ideal, and fat sows.... More
 Agriculture gets Bad News from U.N. Climate Report

Agriculture gets Bad News from U.N. Climate Report

The agricultural industry received an extra helping of bad news as a newly released report put farming in a negative...... More
West Nile Virus in Horses

West Nile Virus in Horses

We learn how the West Nile Virus can impact equine from Kris Hiney and Barry Whitworth DVM.... More
Cow-Calf Corner - The Importance of Maintaining Temperature in Vaccines

Cow-Calf Corner - The Importance of Maintaining Temperature in Vaccines

Glenn Selk explains the importance of ensuring vaccines are stored at the correct temperatures.... More
Markets with Mike Briggs

Markets with Mike Briggs

Mike Briggs of Briggs Feed Yard offers his take on the recent Cattle Inventory Report, feedlot margins, supply heading into Labor Day and more.... More
Scouting Soybean Gall Midge

Scouting Soybean Gall Midge

Nebraska researchers are out in the fields looking for signs of soybean gall midge infestation. Cropping Systems Specialist Dr. Justin McMechan gives a first-hand look at the damage the pest can do. ... More
Pig Farms May Become Virtually Immune From Lawsuits

Pig Farms May Become Virtually Immune From Lawsuits

All 50 US states have 'right to farm' laws on their books, but nine states are trying to strengthen them even more. HuffPost reports agriculture lobbyists have pushed for a host of new state laws to protect farms from litigation. Pig farmers are routinely sued over foul smells, loud noises and... More
Manitoba Hog Transport Program

Manitoba Hog Transport Program

Manitoba Hog Transport Program : MBPorkfan... More
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