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Place Talks Sustainable Beef Production

Place Talks Sustainable Beef Production

Sara Place, a senior director with the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association says producers not only need to think sustainably, they need to talk about it, too. ... More
Midwest Gains New Hog Packing Plants

Midwest Gains New Hog Packing Plants

By early next year, Iowa hog producer Rick Chipman should be able to point his livestock trailer in any direction.... More
Swine Muscle Fatigue From Transportation To Finishing Plant

Swine Muscle Fatigue From Transportation To Finishing Plant

Millions of dollars are lost each year by muscle fatigue in swine during transportation to finishing plants. Dr. John Gonzalez, Kansas State Animal Science, is conducting research on how to reduce this loss for producers.... More
 What can pork producers do to preare for a Foreign Animal Disease Outbreak?

What can pork producers do to preare for a Foreign Animal Disease Outbreak?

The recent cases of African swine fever (ASF) in China is a reminder of the negative impact that a trade-limiting animal disease can have on pork producers. Dr. Dermot Hayes, economist at Iowa State University, at the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development Food and Agricultural Policy Res... More
Cody Creelman, Cow Vet VLog: Cattle Trailer Rollover.

Cody Creelman, Cow Vet VLog: Cattle Trailer Rollover.

Cody Creelman, Cow Vet Vlog. I always wondered if I would have to respond to this scary situation! A 5am phone call from the Calgary fire department made that a reality. What do you do when cattle get trapped in mangled fury of steel on one of Calgary's business roads?!... More
Early Identification Needed to Protect Broilers From Reovirus

Early Identification Needed to Protect Broilers From Reovirus

Reovirus is mutating every 2 to 3 years, which is making it difficult to protect broilers from the effects of the virus, Don Waldrip, DVM, technical service veterinarian for Zoetis, told Poultry Health Today.... More
Nebraska Livestock Matrix - Steve Martin

Nebraska Livestock Matrix - Steve Martin

Ag Promotion Coordinator Steve Martin from the Nebraska Department of Agriculture explains the Nebraska Livestock Matrix and how it can be used to benefit producers and counties alike.... More

Improving Economic Feed Efficiency With Corn Silage - Terry Klopfenstein

Improving Economic Feed Efficiency With Corn Silage - Terry Klopfenstein

University of Nebraska Professor Emeritus of Ruminant Nutrition Terry Klopfenstein discusses new University research on using corn silage to improve cattle feed efficiency.... More
Cow-Calf Corner - Prepping your Calving Kit

Cow-Calf Corner - Prepping your Calving Kit

In Cow-Calf Corner, Glenn Selk has tips for creating a calving kit.... More
Injection Site Lesions

Injection Site Lesions

Information is based on results from the 2017/18 National Beef Quality Audit (NBQA).... More
Reducing Cattle Bruising and Dark Cutters

Reducing Cattle Bruising and Dark Cutters

Information is based on results from the 2017/18 National Beef Quality Audit (NBQA).... More
Carcass Defects (horns, bruises, tag, lesions, etc.)

Carcass Defects (horns, bruises, tag, lesions, etc.)

Information is based on results from the 2017/18 National Beef Quality Audit (NBQA).... More
Livestock Marketing

Livestock Marketing

Derrell Peel says beef has been relatively sheltered from trade disruptions, but pork may not have the same luck.... More
Dairy Finds Profits Through Unique Partnership

Dairy Finds Profits Through Unique Partnership

Dairy Finds Profits Through Unique Partnership... More
 Lively nursery barn weanlings enjoy food, water and exercise

Lively nursery barn weanlings enjoy food, water and exercise

Hog farmer Kenny, from the RM of Springfield in Manitoba, shared this video in July 2018, showing weanling pigs at about seven to eight weeks of age in a nursery barn. The nursery barn is warm and protected from drafts, with fresh air circulating all the time. These group pens can contain as few... More
Cow-Calf Corner

Cow-Calf Corner

Glenn Selk explains why now is the time to schedule pregnancy checks for your herd with a veterinarian.... More
Let There be light: Early Exposure to UV Aids Broiler Behavior, Performance

Let There be light: Early Exposure to UV Aids Broiler Behavior, Performance

Adding windows to poultry houses is an inexpensive way to improve the environment for broilers and possibly improve productivity, according to Rachel Lynn Dennis, PhD, assistant professor at the University of Maryland.... More
A Look at the World Meat Congress

A Look at the World Meat Congress

We take you inside the World Meat Congress, the premier gathering of meat and livestock production experts from around the globe.... More
John Deere Equipment Helps S.C. Operation Meet Sustainability Goals

John Deere Equipment Helps S.C. Operation Meet Sustainability Goals

We introduce you to a South Carolina husband and wife team who built their Angus Seedstock operation together, as the first generation on the land. See how John Deere equipment is helping the Yon family grow their farm, while adding the second generation into the business.... More
 Egg Farmers of Canada - Our Sustainability Story

Egg Farmers of Canada - Our Sustainability Story

What does sustainability mean to Canadian egg farmers? Egg Farmers of Canada’s holistic approach to sustainability is based on five core pillars: protecting the health and welfare of our hens, delivering safe, high-quality eggs to Canadians, finding new ways to make egg production more environme... More
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