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Extension publication helps farmers price corn silage

As the price of corn goes, so goes the price of corn silage. Knowing how the price of the former will affect the price of the latter can translate into extra dollars in the pockets of farmers. FULL STORY »

Don’t fall for these tillage temptations

A Purdue Extension agronomist is urging corn farmers not to let planting anxiety drive them to fall for three common tillage temptations: too early, too wet and too often. FULL STORY »

Fighting disease with proper nutrition

Several management factors affect whether a calf is susceptible to disease including colostrum management, housing, hygiene and stress. FULL STORY »

The magic of water

In a recent “Milk Lines” podcast, Kansas State dairy specialist Mike Brouk comments on the cooling systems of farms he toured in the Midwest this spring. FULL STORY »

Avoid these 6 silage-sampling mistakes

Sampling silage is important, but it’s also critical that the best sampling techniques are used to receive accurate results from the effort. FULL STORY »

Make safety a part of your business

On-farm safety never goes out of style. Set some time aside now to make sure your safety programs are still in vogue with Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations. FULL STORY »

Six steps to reduce lameness

Lameness in dairy cattle is a subject that continues to come under scrutiny in the dairy industry. FULL STORY »

Know a bovine veterinary student?

Applications are now being accepted for the 2013 American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Foundation – Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarships. FULL STORY »

Do you have an attitude of excellence?

Dairy scientists at the University of Kentucky interviewed managers of top-producing herds in the state to characterize their management practices. FULL STORY »

Safety programs don’t happen overnight

Developing and implementing an on-farm safety program takes a great deal of time, but is worth the investment when it helps to keep your team safe. FULL STORY »

Is your corn ground fine enough?

What if you could stretch your corn supplies a bit further or increase milk production just by re-evaluating how fine your corn is ground? FULL STORY »

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