Webinar looks at forage alternatives

Corn stover and stalks can provide an alternative forage for dairy farms during times when conventional forages are in limited supply. FULL STORY »

Will you meet your calves’ needs this winter?

It’s time to start thinking about adjusting calf milk diets to address the metabolic demands of the cold months ahead. FULL STORY »

Purdue provides website for growers with moldy corn

Farmers dealing with moldy corn caused by the summer drought can find helpful identification and management information at a Purdue Extension website that focuses specifically on corn mold problems. FULL STORY »

Common questions about aflatoxin

Aflatoxin is a concern to many dairy farmers this year. Here are some common questions to help you decide if you have an issue with this dangerous mycotoxin. FULL STORY »

Podcast examines heifer feed delivery methods

Researchers at Purdue University studied three common feed delivery methods for dairy heifers. This short audio explains some of their key findings. FULL STORY »

Forage analysis helpful for producers fearing post-frost toxicity

Fall frost can raise the potential for prussic acid poisoning in livestock, meaning producers need to properly manage forages and possibly test for prussic acid content, an Ohio State University Extension forage specialist says. FULL STORY »

Aflatoxin: No room for error

Aflatoxin is produced by the Aspergillus mold. It thrives in periods of excessive heat and drought conditions, which is why it’s of particular concern to producers this harvest season. FULL STORY »

Advice for calf nutrition

A well-structured nutrition program is an essential component for helping calves meet maintenance requirements, achieve growth goals and fight diseases. FULL STORY »

World Forage Analysis Superbowl seminars

The World Forage Analysis Superbowl takes place next month during World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis. The event includes a forage quality competition, as well as educational seminars. FULL STORY »

Dairy Focus: Protecting hay more important than ever

The U.S. drought of 2012 has left most livestock producers in the Midwest and beyond scrambling for more hay. One of the quickest ways to waste this precious commodity is failing to protect it from moisture. FULL STORY »

Pasteurized waste milk and gut bacteria

A new study published in the Journal of Dairy Science examines the effects that feeding pasteurized waste milk and non-pasteurized waste milk had on the bacterial make-up in calves’ digestive systems. Find out how the practice changed bacterial populations – the bad and the good. FULL STORY »

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