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Cattle Chat: Crop residues as a grazing resource

Corn and milo stubble can offer short-term nutrition for grazing cattle MANHATTAN, Kan. — Later this week, many people will be repurposing their abundant Thanksgiving...

Cattle Chat: Grazing fescue requires close monitoring

Kansas State beef cattle experts talk about the toxins that fescue pastures present to cattle MANHATTAN, Kan. — We all have that one friend who...

Cattle Chat: Internal parasite management for calves

Kansas State beef cattle experts offer tips on ways to reduce parasite loads in young animals MANHATTAN, Kan. — Do the terms worms and life...

Cattle Chat: Maintaining cow efficiency

Beef cattle experts share the factors that influence the well-being of the cow herd MANHATTAN, Kan. — Efficiency is something many strive for, whether it...

Cattle Chat: Caring for growing bulls

K-State experts offer tips on meeting the nutritional needs of young bulls to aid in fertility MANHATTAN, Kan. — Anyone who has raised a teenage...

Cattle Chat: Bull care between breeding seasons

K-State experts discuss health considerations for herds calving in spring and fall MANHATTAN, Kan. — While many beef producers only calve once per year, there...

Cattle Chat: Knowing when to retreat an illness

Providing comfort care and understanding when to intervene are keys to wellness MANHATTAN, Kan. — Strep throat, and ear and sinus infections are just a...

Cattle Chat: Factors influencing cow supplementation pre- and post-weaning

Cow body condition important in planning the herd’s post-weaning management MANHATTAN, Kan. — A well-balanced diet is important in human’s overall health plan. Similarly, just as...

Cattle Chat: Preventing injury with good flooring

Well-designed cattle handling facilities take into account the terrain the cattle will be walking on MANHATTAN, Kan. — When walking across a wet or icy...

Cattle Chat: Managing feed resources in the summer

Adjusting cattle diets to depleting pastures MANHATTAN, Kan. — As summer advances and the grazing pastures begin to mature and dry up, beef producers may...
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