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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
Dr. Crystal Levesque: Feeding gilts and sows

Dr. Crystal Levesque: Feeding gilts and sows

Transitioning the gilt into a successful sow is not always a simple task. They require particular attention and we cant treat them just like any other finishing pig. Similarly, graduate students often need quality education and preparation for their next step in their career. In this episode I t... More
Iowa Pig Farming

Iowa Pig Farming

Welcome to it! This’ll Do Farm is a 6th generation family farm located in Southeast Iowa that is run by a father-son duo Tork and Sawyer. Sawyer and Tork are the force behind their family farm taking care of pigs, along with farming the family’s acres. Together, they promote agriculture in a pos... More
2021 Fields to Forks

2021 Fields to Forks

Burnbrae Farms--2021 Fields to Forks... More
Shorts How Can We Improve Pig Survivability?

Shorts How Can We Improve Pig Survivability?

Here, Dr. Rademacher discusses ways to improve pig survival by identifying diseases in the herd earlier. Identifying a disease early, no matter what it is, will allow you to take better care of the pigs.... More
CATCH me if EWE can | LAMBING & HAY on the same day?  | and these mama

CATCH me if EWE can | LAMBING & HAY on the same day? | and these mama's are WILD.

Got my hands full with these first time mama's! But after they've spent time with their lambs, they've all seem to chill... thank goodness!... More
The feds want warning labels on Canadian beef — why not imported avocados?

The feds want warning labels on Canadian beef — why not imported avocados?

Sheila Gunn Reid joins Adam Soos to discuss the attack on ranchers and to debunk some popular myths about beef.... More
Investigating and Testing PRRS Cases

Investigating and Testing PRRS Cases

How confident do you feel about your testing results when investigating PRRS cases? Dr. Corzo highlights how crucial it is to investigate and test PRRS in the herd. The greater the testing sample or frequency of the testing events, the more trustworthy results we will have.... More
Vet Scripts - Rabies

Vet Scripts - Rabies

Rosslyn Biggs, OSU Extension beef cattle specialist, explains the seriousness of the rabies virus.... More
A Tribute to our Good Friend Baxter Black

A Tribute to our Good Friend Baxter Black

Baxter Black was a valued and talented contributor to Cattlemen to Cattlemen for more than a decade.... More
Innovation in Dairy in the Northwest

Innovation in Dairy in the Northwest

The Rural Agri-Innovation Network's Sustainable New Agri-Food Products and Productivity (SNAPP) Program assisted three Thunder Bay area farms with the purchase of a SAMCO 61HD Corn Planter, allowing them to plant earlier and extend their growing season, which results in higher crop yields and hi... More
The Chickens are Free!!!

The Chickens are Free!!!

The Laying Chickens Roaming for Free for the summer months!!!!... More
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