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Can Ticks Make You Allergic to Red Meat?

Can Ticks Make You Allergic to Red Meat?

Justin Tally, OSU Entomology and Plant Pathology department head and Extension livestock entomologist, explains the connection between lone star ticks and red meat allergies.... More
The Farrowing Barn of the Future

The Farrowing Barn of the Future

Dr. Hyatt Frobose tells us how their adjustable turnaround farrowing crate minimizes feed costs, lowers labor costs, increase usable barn space and maximize the sow's feed intake.... More
Reducing labor and increasing a sustainable footprint

Reducing labor and increasing a sustainable footprint

Todd Heisterkamp, Executive Director as Crystal Spring Hog Equipment tells us how their research and development and design has lead to increased efficiencies, lower labor requirements and a 50% saving in water for every pig.... More
Improving water intake by 200% in weaned piglets

Improving water intake by 200% in weaned piglets

CallaBria Putrino, R & D assistant with Tonisity tells us how their new Tonisity PxW isotonic protein drink improves water intake in weaned piglets by 200% while reducing fall behinds by 65% and mortality by 17%.... More
Feeding Cows and Finally some Rain!

Feeding Cows and Finally some Rain!

SaskDutch Kid--Feeding Cows and Finally some Rain!... More
Recommended enzymes for lactating sows during summer

Recommended enzymes for lactating sows during summer

Dr. Holmes graduated from North Dakota State University with both a B.S. and M.S. in Animal Science and subsequently attended the University of Minnesota to receive a Ph.D. in Swine Nutrition. She discusses enzyme recommendations for sows' diet during the summer heat and outlines the use of xyla... More
Li Peng: Test, identify, and remove - a novel ASF farm response strategy

Li Peng: Test, identify, and remove - a novel ASF farm response strategy

ASF continues to be prevalent internationally and can be an economically devastating disease for pig farmers. The United States has successfully kept the disease out of its borders but it is crucial that we are prepared to handle the situation if it finds its way in. In this episode, I talk with... More

Why Our Cows LOVE the Month of May!

Why Our Cows LOVE the Month of May!

Bear River Farms is a small diversified Biodynamic Farm located in Nova Scotia, Canada. We are certified organic by EcoCert and accredited by Demeter Canada for over 15 Years... More
Creating the ultimate Duroc for feed conversion

Creating the ultimate Duroc for feed conversion

Darwin Tilstra and Lance Peterson form Topigs Norsvin tell us how their development and research in Norway and ongoing genomic and feed conversion criteria has lead to the ultimate Duroc the Topigs Norsvin TN Duroc. A robust piglet with low mortality and high meat yield.... More
Fat Quality is Important

Fat Quality is Important

Jeff Hansen, Director of Technical Sales and Service at NutriQuest tells us about the importance of pork fat quality as it relates to taste, value creation and a better overall eating experience. Customers experience one pig at a time and NutriQuest's products improve fat quality when faced... More
A new program that aims to support pig performance at every life stage

A new program that aims to support pig performance at every life stage

Marisol Castillo, Global Swine Solutions Senior Manager at Novus International tells us about their the Scale Up™ program to help pork producers deliver on their specific business goals. Each stage of a pig’s life comes with its challenges, and pork producers have the task of meeting those... More
Not Fun Chasing Cows at Night!!!

Not Fun Chasing Cows at Night!!!

Spring Time is Busy! Cleaning, Tagging and Custom Grazing has started. Cow needed help to delivery a baby calf at night!... More
Benefits of A Good Parasite Control Program

Benefits of A Good Parasite Control Program

Cattle producers are always on the lookout for things that could have a negative impact on the health and profitability of their herd. But sometimes, it’s what you can't see that hurts your bottom line. We have a look at how a good parasite control program, with products from Merck Animal Health... More
Virtual Food and Farm Field Trip to a Dairy Farm

Virtual Food and Farm Field Trip to a Dairy Farm

Join us for a trip to a dairy farm and meet AgScape Teacher Ambassador, Ontario Certified Teacher and dairy farmer Cheryl Olthaar. Cheryl will take you on a tour of her dairy operation, so that you can see what she needs to do daily to care for the well-being of her dairy cows.... More
 Sheep Farming: Learning To Use A Shepherd

Sheep Farming: Learning To Use A Shepherd's Crook!|April 2022

As usual at Ewetopia Farms, we start each episode waiting to see what the day will bring. Sheep farming is part routine and part surprises. And it is always trying to get everything done. Today as we were doing chores and the lambs were playing out in the yard, we thought we would try catch a f... More
Pork Industry Focused on Challenge to Prop 12

Pork Industry Focused on Challenge to Prop 12

The Supreme Court will hear a challenge to California's Prop 12 this fall.... More
How NCBA Determines its Policy Positions

How NCBA Determines its Policy Positions

Recently, Don Schiefelbein, President of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and a Minnesota cattle producer, testified before the House Agriculture Committee. Schiefelbein’s testimony was rooted in the policies adopted by NCBA through its century-old policymaking process. We asked Gene Co... More
Colostrum Importance - Lindsay Waechter-Mead

Colostrum Importance - Lindsay Waechter-Mead

Some cattle producers opt for summer calving. If you are doing so, you'll want to make sure your calves are getting the right amount of nutrition. Colostrum is the first milk produced after calving. It has a different composition than milk as it plays an important role in the being the first me... More
Boot Camp for Cattlewomen

Boot Camp for Cattlewomen

SUNUP heads to Grady County to check out the OSU Extension Cattlewomen’s Boot Camp.... More
 Raising Pigs 1: Farrowing

Raising Pigs 1: Farrowing

Farrowing can be a stressful process for farmers and their pigs. Knowing a little about what is happening to the sow and piglets during farrowing can help farmers better care for their breeding swine herd, and improve piglet care during the birthing process.... More
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