All Hands on Deck
Feb 19, 2024

Video: All Hands on Deck

In this video, the pigs need chored, the horse and cow need a fresh bale & the hog barn needs repairs.
 

All Hands on Deck

All Hands on Deck

In this video, the pigs need chored, the horse and cow need a fresh bale & the hog barn needs repairs... More
Dr. Garrin Shipman: Fiber

Dr. Garrin Shipman: Fiber's Future in Pig Diets

In this episode of The Swine Nutrition Blackbelt Podcast, we welcome Dr. Garrin Shipman, from South Dakota State University, for a deep dive into using post-protein distillers grains as a sustainable alternative fiber source in swine diets. Dr. Shipman unpacks the nutritional benefits and enviro... More
Grain Bin Safety

Grain Bin Safety

Did you know March is Farm Safety Month? Every year Arkansas Farm Bureau offers grain bin safety training to farmers, firefighters, EMTs and other first responders in an effort to combat grain bin entrapments. Thank you to our friends at Mississippi Farm Bureau for helping provide the equipment ... More
Equine Dentistry, Common Questions answered by Geoff Tucker, DVM.

Equine Dentistry, Common Questions answered by Geoff Tucker, DVM.

Discusses various issues concerning horse owners and veterinarians and evaluates myths and theories of equine dentistry used by general horse owners and professionals.... More
Secure Pork Supply Plan | Preparing for the Future | U.S. Pork Producers

Secure Pork Supply Plan | Preparing for the Future | U.S. Pork Producers

Join Jill Brokaw, a third-generation pig farmer and staff member of the National Pork Board, as she dives into the vital role of the Secure Pork Supply (SPS) Plan in preparing the U.S. pork industry for potential foreign animal disease outbreaks. This video is an essential watch for pork produce... More
Swine 365 Newscast - February 2024 Edition!

Swine 365 Newscast - February 2024 Edition!

Dive into the latest swine industry buzz with our February 2024 edition of Swine 365 Newscast. We've got the hottest headlines, product releases, and podcasts, all delivered in our signature style. 🌟 Special Guest: Harold Lee Meet Harold Lee, Production Specialist at Great Plains Management.... More
Cultivating Caution: Why is Agricultural Safety Important?

Cultivating Caution: Why is Agricultural Safety Important?

Join experts Salah Issa and Bob Aherin as they dive into the history of agricultural safety efforts in the US, discuss ongoing concerns like tractor overturns and grain bin entrapments, and look ahead to how new technologies like autonomous equipment could impact safety on the farm. This webinar... More

Our Amazing Grasslands ~ Larry Wagner

Our Amazing Grasslands ~ Larry Wagner

“Maintaining grass is crucial for building soil health. In the winter, the grass captures snow providing moisture retention. This helps keep the roots alive and growing throughout the year, benefiting the overall microbial activity in the soil. This practice is particularly important, especially... More
Is it Time to Start Scouting for First Hollow Stem Now?

Is it Time to Start Scouting for First Hollow Stem Now?

Paul Beck, OSU Extension beef cattle specialist, says now is the time for producers who have cattle out on wheat pasture to begin scouting for first hollow stem. He also explains why cases of bloat are beginning to show up in the state.... More
Weekly Forecast - Eric Hunt

Weekly Forecast - Eric Hunt

Weather : Things have been very mild this week. Can we expect more of the same next week? Nebraska Extension Ag Climatologist and Market Journal Chief Meteorologist Eric Hunt will have the answer.... More
Market to Market

Market to Market

The economy sends signals that may require the Fed to tap the brakes. The House opens for business on all things USDA. Oyster farmers help restore the waters of Long Island Sound. And, commodity market analysis with Jeff French.... More
Saving Soils part 2 - 09

Saving Soils part 2 - 09

Mike Gretzinger reviews the work happening in the field for our small plot Saving Soils trials involving roller crimping and cover crops. The Saving Soils project is funded by Weston Family Foundation's Saving Soils grant as well as RBC's Tech for Nature grant.... More
Plot to Field Series - Intercrop Insect Research

Plot to Field Series - Intercrop Insect Research

In the fourth installment of the Plot to Field video series, APG Research Officer Dr. Jagroop Gill Kahlon meets with Jose Correa Ramos throughout the growing season. Travel along to see a variety of insect populations in pea and canola intercrops and learn about Jose’s research.... More
Bringing the Cows Home

Bringing the Cows Home

Bringing the cows home to calve!... More
WHY I Have Been Gone For So Long...

WHY I Have Been Gone For So Long...

Carson, the 6th Gen Farmer, is a young farmer dedicated to promoting agriculture through funny and entertaining content. He is passionate about precision agriculture and implementing it into the family farm. Carson, along with his brother (Chris) and father (Ryan) carry on the family legacy in... More
Herd Sires

Herd Sires

Going over our herd genetics with older bulls and up and coming bull calves.... More
What

What's going on these days

We got alittle snow here at the south farm and thought I would also update you with what's going on these days... More
Cattle Feeding and Calving Strategies

Cattle Feeding and Calving Strategies

Calving Strategy: What if I told you a simple management strategy could increase the number of calves born during the day? It's true and for those calving soon, you won't want to miss this next interview. What's the strategy? Feeding cows at dusk. University of Nebraska - Lincoln Cow-Calf Specia... More
Corn Production Clinic , Water Management

Corn Production Clinic , Water Management

Corn Production Clinic: Earlier this week Nebraska Extension hosted the Nebraska Corn Production Clinic in aurora. Several topics were covered at this event including year-round soil water management.... More
Market Monitor

Market Monitor

Kim Anderson, OSU Extension grain marketing specialist, discusses fertilizer prices.... More
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