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Cattle Chat podcast K-State cattle nutritionist explains how corn stalk bales can be a feed resource By Lisa Moser, K-State Research and Extension news service When eating a salad, imagine how it might taste if all there was to eat were the...
In this episode, we discuss tools being investigated for future wheat midge control, featuring entomologist researcher Dr. Tyler Wist, from the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Saskatoon. We talk through current pest biology, impacts, and distribution as well as what...
Do you use the same password for everything? Skip multi-factor authentication? Prefer to keep your p4ssw0rds easy? Well, you may want to listen to this discussion for some inspiration on mitigating your risk of experiencing a cyber security incident.
Welcome to Barn Talk! In this episode, we're thrilled to have Steven McBee in the barn, sharing tales from football fields to farm fields. Steven’s not your ordinary farmer; he’s hunting big game in business and on land, saving...
Host Jeff Lehmkuhler is joined by forage specialist Dr. Jimmy Henning to share factors that result in quality baleage production.
Research is providing new insights into long term management practices to reduce the encroachment of eastern red cedar into native rangeland and pasture.
Episode Description There are a range of different beef cattle operations in Canada, and no one breeding program is optimal for all operations. The ideal program will be determined by your operational goals and the management practices that best fit those goals.
EPISODE SUMMARY Join Tim and Kim and Dr. Francis Fluharty of the University of Georgia as they talk about changes in cattle over the past 60 years, whether these changes can be sustained in the future, and the desirability of...
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