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We Care Nutrient Cycle final

We Care Nutrient Cycle final

We Care Nutrient Cycle final... More
Know the Feed Risk Factors for African Swine Fever

Know the Feed Risk Factors for African Swine Fever

As African swine fever (ASF) continues its insidious spread through China and surrounding countries, the need to keep it out of US herds becomes more imperative. So far China has lost more pigs than are produced in the US, and analysts predict the death loss is likely much higher.... More
Move in day for newly weaned pigs

Move in day for newly weaned pigs

Watch newly weaned pigs as they are delivered to our farm on a semi truck.... More
Mike Wilson Keynote Presentation: Dr. Cesar Corzo, University of Minnesota

Mike Wilson Keynote Presentation: Dr. Cesar Corzo, University of Minnesota

Mike Wilson Keynote Presentation: Dr. Cesar Corzo, University of Minnesota : Ontario Swine Research Network... More
Cow-Calf Corner - Calving Kit Essentials

Cow-Calf Corner - Calving Kit Essentials

Glenn Selk explains what should go into a calving kit.... More
Preventive Measures are Only Option for Combatting key Parasites in Turkeys

Preventive Measures are Only Option for Combatting key Parasites in Turkeys

Turkey producers will need to rely on preventive measures including biosecurity, good gut health and genetic selection to combat three key flagellated protozoan parasites that can affect their flocks, Robert Beckstead, PhD, North Carolina State University, told Poultry Health Today.... More
Livestock Marketing

Livestock Marketing

Derrell Peel says the recent fire at the Tyson plant in Holcomb, Kansas could have a temporary impact on beef markets.... More

Preventing Horn Flies

Preventing Horn Flies

Justin Talley talks about the importance of managing horn flies.... More
Meet Thomas Titus - 2019 America

Meet Thomas Titus - 2019 America's Pig Farmer of the Year Finalist

On Thomas Titus’ farrow-to-finish farm, animal care is his No. 1 priority. His multi-generation farm is run by immediate family. On their farm, Thomas and his wife also raise corn, soybeans, hay, cattle and most importantly - the next generation - their children.... More
Meet Doug Dawson - 2019 America

Meet Doug Dawson - 2019 America's Pig Farmer of the Year Finalist

With a passion that was sparked at the age of five, Doug Dawson has been a full-time pig farmer since 1980. Dawson Farms, Inc., established in 1939, focuses on corn, soybeans, wheat and hay beyond the pig farm. Dawson’s farrow-to-finish operation markets 44,000 pigs per year.... More
Markets with Dr. Derrell Peel

Markets with Dr. Derrell Peel

Dr. Derrell Peel, Oklahoma State University Livestock Specialist, offers his thoughts on how the Crop Acreage Report will impact cattle producers. He also provides updates on beef exports, and how a fire at a Tyson packing plant is causing disruptions throughout the industry.... More
Swine manure as a nutrient source - Steve Berger - Iowa Swine Day 2019

Swine manure as a nutrient source - Steve Berger - Iowa Swine Day 2019

After twenty years of continuous no-till to reduce soil disturbance and erosion on their farm, Dennis D. Berger & Son, Inc. began raising swine to diversify their business and utilize the manure as a source of nutrients. Applying liquid swine manure on long term no-till and cover crop system can... More
Swine Research Day Kees de Lange Memorial Lecture: Dr. Ruurd Zijlstra, University of Alberta

Swine Research Day Kees de Lange Memorial Lecture: Dr. Ruurd Zijlstra, University of Alberta

Swine Research Day Kees de Lange Memorial Lecture: Dr. Ruurd Zijlstra, University of Alberta : Ontario Swine Research Network... More
How Pathogens are Transferred from Insects

How Pathogens are Transferred from Insects

Justin Talley explains how insects can transfer viruses between animals.... More
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
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
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
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
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