Why did that cow die?

Cow deaths have increased on many dairy farms yet often the reasons for deaths are not fully explored. The opportunity to learn how to prevent future deaths is an area that is ripe for improvement. 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 »

Video series on cattle transportation available

The Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program has developed a special training series focused on transporting cattle using stock trailers and semi-trailers. FULL STORY »

Cool dry cows to boost income potential

If cooling dry cows isn’t something you’ve ever considered, it may be an area of untapped economic potential. Here is a look at research that shows the advantages for both the cow and her calf. FULL STORY »

Parasite control: Getting the best of both worlds

Can parasite control be effective and reduce resistance at the same time? Here are some elements to consider when crafting an effective parasite program for your herd. FULL STORY »

No more grain in the rain

It's raining, it's pouring. Now you have wet calf starter that needs to be thrown out. Here is an easy way to keep that from happening. FULL STORY »

How to use genomic testing

Genomics is a game-changing tool that works best when you are committed to recordkeeping, good management and long-term improvement of your herd’s genetic potential. FULL STORY »

Heat stress during dry period affects calves, too

Calves exposed to heat stress before birth have lower birth weights and compromised immunity. FULL STORY »

Start your calves out right

Follow these calf starter tips to help fuel your calves’ growth and performance. FULL STORY »

Strategies to stamp out stable flies

Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists are developing improved methods to locate stable fly habitats, finding easier and more efficient ways to control them. FULL STORY »

Case study: Issues among group-housed calves

Here are two real-world examples of group housing and feeding systems for calves and a discussion of the challenges in each system. FULL STORY »

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