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Livestock Marketing

Livestock Marketing

Derrell Peel, OSU Extension livestock marketing specialist, discusses the uncertainty of the cattle markets this summer.... More
Dr. Linhares and Dr. Trevisan: The SDRS: A one-stop-shop for swine disease reporting

Dr. Linhares and Dr. Trevisan: The SDRS: A one-stop-shop for swine disease reporting

Part of a veterinarian's job is tracking disease outbreaks to identify the probability of their farm coming into contact with certain pathogens so they can best be prepared for any situation that may arise. In this episode, I talk with Dr. Giovani Travisan and Dr. Daniel Linhares about their col... More
Kelsey Hammers: Decreasing piglet mortality - can extra zinc help?

Kelsey Hammers: Decreasing piglet mortality - can extra zinc help?

Piglet mortality continues to be an issue for the swine industry and is one of the worst sources of economic losses in production facilities. Several studies have tried to identify new ways to decrease mortality to save producers money. In this episode, I talk with Kelsey Hammers about her study... More
Stocking density: how small is too small and what we can do to offset the reduced performance?

Stocking density: how small is too small and what we can do to offset the reduced performance?

Past studies have shown that increasing stocking density will decrease the performance of the pigs. However, when commercial systems are backed-up due to logistic issues or disruptions in the supply chain, barns may be stocked at a lower floor space allowance to avoid bottlenecks. In this episod... More
Bad Day Of Loading Pigs

Bad Day Of Loading Pigs

In this one the boys start off the morning by loading 4 loads of pigs out of Site 1. Then it’s on to side dressing the rest of the corn acres.... More
Graduate of Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program - SUSAN WALKER

Graduate of Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program - SUSAN WALKER

SUSAN WALKER talks with Equine Guelph's Gayle Ecker about her experience with the OEEEP.... More
Deciphering Horse Whinnies - Dr. Katrina Merkies, Researcher and Associate Professor at OVC, Guelph.

Deciphering Horse Whinnies - Dr. Katrina Merkies, Researcher and Associate Professor at OVC, Guelph.

Katrina has been studying Deciphering Horse Whinnies in relation to Human-Horse interactions. She explains her finds by answering the questions.... More

Double Hoof Infection

Double Hoof Infection

Laminitis, founder, and abscesses all in one horse. Hope the best for this mare... More
Successful Store-to-Beef In Limerick | Beef Farming using EASYFIX Slat Mat System

Successful Store-to-Beef In Limerick | Beef Farming using EASYFIX Slat Mat System

Father and son duo Pat & Liam Hurley tell us about their successful store-to-beef enterprise in County Limerick. They have recently built a new shed and installed our EASYFIX Slat Rubber system, they explain why they would recommend using our slat mats.... More
Examining Risk Management and the Current Cattle Market Picture

Examining Risk Management and the Current Cattle Market Picture

Extreme swings in the cattle markets can test even the most skilled and prepared producers. These challenges highlight the need for farmers and ranchers to understand and utilize all the risk management tools available. Michaela Clowser, Associate Director of Producer Education and Sustainabilit... More
Your eggs start here

Your eggs start here

We are a family farm in Ontario showing you what we do on our farm to produce eggs and what goes on day to day. Every day we do chores, gather eggs and make feed. On our farm we plant the crops and harvest them to feed the chickens, also we start our laying hens from day old chicks and raise the... More
APAS Update

APAS Update

APAS opposed to ground meat warning labels: On June 16, APAS sent a letter to Jean-Yves Duclos, the federal Minister of Health, to let the government know that APAS is against the federal government's proposal to require warning labels on ground meat products.... More
Managing Cattle in Extreme Heat

Managing Cattle in Extreme Heat

You’ve likely seen news stories regarding the losses of cattle in the state of kansas last week. the issue was temperatures over 100 degrees, humidity, and there was little to no wind to help cool the animals. with more days like that ahead, we wanted to share some tips we've been given for car... More
What Is The Right Weaning Age?

What Is The Right Weaning Age?

Dr. Rademacher shares his thoughts on weaning pigs later from a health perspective. The pathogen present on your farm should be considered when finding a balance in production in terms of weaning pigs. What do you think about that? I invite you to watch the full episode!... More
John Drummond - Produce, Process and Distribute: A 3-Day Food & Farming Live Event Series

John Drummond - Produce, Process and Distribute: A 3-Day Food & Farming Live Event Series

Brescia University College, 4-H Ontario, & AgScape present a 3-Day Live Event Series... More
EWE STUCK? | one stuck, one stillborn, two fosters AND TWO MUCH NEEDED SURPRISES

EWE STUCK? | one stuck, one stillborn, two fosters AND TWO MUCH NEEDED SURPRISES

Sometimes my lambing cameras LIE. Either that, or my eyes just don't work at 4 in the morning... I was once again met with some morning madness this weekend. Saturday, not so bad, Sunday though... a stuck lamb that created a ripple effect later that day.... More
Cow-Calf Corner

Cow-Calf Corner

Mark Johnson, OSU Extension beef cattle breeding specialist, has information on managing horn flies.... More
Changes Ahead for 2023 AAAP Annual Meeting

Changes Ahead for 2023 AAAP Annual Meeting

Next year marks a big change for the American Association of Avian Pathologists (AAAP). It will hold its first independent meeting, according to current president Louise Dufour-Zavala, DVM, executive director of the Georgia Poultry Laboratory Network.... More
Senate AG Committee Opens a Gate for Cattle Producers

Senate AG Committee Opens a Gate for Cattle Producers

Opening one more gate towards price transparency in the cattle market... More
Alpha-linolenic acid in nursery pigs by Jenna Bromm

Alpha-linolenic acid in nursery pigs by Jenna Bromm

PRRSV and E. coli continue to remain a problem for farms everywhere, and nursery pigs, with their often underdeveloped immune systems, can take a major toll if infected. In this episode, I talk with Jenna Bromm about her work at Kansas State University studying the effects of alpha-linolenic aci... More
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