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2019 U.S. Beef Export Outlook

2019 U.S. Beef Export Outlook

U.S. Meat Export Federation President and CEO Dan Halstrom talks about the value of exports to beef producers and shares his thoughts on how exports could shape up for 2019.... More
Cow-Calf Corner - Making sure calves breathe properly

Cow-Calf Corner - Making sure calves breathe properly

Glenn Selk has advice for getting the first few breaths into a calf, following birth.... More
Controlling horn flies with prescribed burns

Controlling horn flies with prescribed burns

We start with Justin Talley’s research into patch burning to control horn flies on cattle.... More
Researching feed efficiency in angus/hereford crosses

Researching feed efficiency in angus/hereford crosses

Dave Lalman talks about studies on breeding cattle for maximum feed efficiency.... More
Livestock Marketing

Livestock Marketing

Derrell Peel explains the research the agricultural economics department conducts on cattle markets and how it impacts Oklahoma ranchers.... More
Wisconsin Prison Produces Both Milk And Life Skills

Wisconsin Prison Produces Both Milk And Life Skills

For decades, prison officials have tried varying methods to reduce the number of returning inmates. An approach at one facility.... More
Day in the Life: Gwen Geis - Wyoming Cattle Producer

Day in the Life: Gwen Geis - Wyoming Cattle Producer

We highlight the outgoing president of the American National Cattlewomen - Gwen Geis - and her family's operation in Wyoming.... More

NCBA

NCBA's Policy Priorities for 2019

Colin Woodall, NCBA's Executive Vice President of Government Affairs, discusses some of last year’s policy wins for NCBA - and looks ahead to the priorities for 2019.... More
Ag Minute

Ag Minute

Darren Hefty explains how farmers and ranchers care for their animals during extreme weather. He explains how facilities are built to provide animals shelter and what they need to remain healthy.... More
Cow-Calf Corner

Cow-Calf Corner

Glenn Selk looks at how nutritional needs of cattle change as they approach calving.... More
Vet Scripts - Northern Fowl Mites

Vet Scripts - Northern Fowl Mites

Dr. Barry Whitworth has information about the northern fowl mite and how it transmits diseases in poultry.... More
Calving Season

Calving Season

Nebraska Extension Beef Educator Dr. Aaron Berger has some tips on what to do to prepare for calving season.... More
4-H participant readies his animal for livestock shows

4-H participant readies his animal for livestock shows

Across Louisiana, 4-H’ers are showing their animals at local livestock shows with aspirations to qualify for the state show. While pygmy goats are one of the smaller show animals, it still takes a big effort to get them ready for the competition. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux tells ... More
Sanitation key to successful NAE production

Sanitation key to successful NAE production

The key to successful “no antibiotics ever” (NAE) broiler production is cleanliness throughout every step of production, including a pristine hatchery, Armando Mirande, DVM, a veterinarian with Miller Poultry, told Poultry Health Today.... More
Cow-Calf Corner

Cow-Calf Corner

In Cow-Calf Corner, Glenn Selk explains the science behind a newborn calf’s immune system.... More
Livestock Marketing

Livestock Marketing

Derrell Peel says the extremely cold weather in parts of the U.S. could have a minor impact on cattle and beef markets.... More
Preparing horses for spring

Preparing horses for spring

Kris Hiney has information about preparing horses for competitions and events. She also tells us about the monthly equine webinar.... More
Determining Grazing Readiness

Determining Grazing Readiness

One of the most important grazing management decisions land managers make is selecting a start date for grazing tame pasture and native range. Monitoring grazing readiness ensures that grazing starts at the proper time, when plants are tolerant of grazing. This video provides guidelines for sele... More
Cost to Produce a Calf in 2018

Cost to Produce a Calf in 2018

Nebraska Extension Beef Educator Dr. Aaron Berger discusses how much money was spent to produce a pound of weaned calf in 2018 and what changes we may see in 2019.... More
Weaning Weight Trends

Weaning Weight Trends

Dave Lalman talks about national trends in weaning weights of cattle, as part of a study with Oklahoma State University, Kansas State University and Auburn University.... More
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