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Cannulated cows, sometimes called rumen Fistulated cows have been used for research since the 1830s. Surgically fitted with a cannula (durable thick plastic “window” with a lid), these Fistulated cows offer insight into health and digestion of ruminants. The cannula …
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Summer is quickly on its way and will bring with it simmering temperatures. Keeping cows cool and comfortable should be a priority. Click here to learn about ways to avoid heat stress in cattle. And check out the infographic below …
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With the late start to spring this year, hopefully the extra time was used to double and triple check machinery before taking it out for use. There are a few things that should always be examined before bringing out machinery …
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Body Condition Scoring (BCS) measures the fat (energy reserves) and body of beef cattle. This is a subjective measurement taken by looking at 6 different areas of the cow focusing on the fat and muscle deposits – not the weight …
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Having access to fresh eggs is a true treat for those who are able to enjoy. But how come there tends to be an overage of farm fresh eggs in springtime? Chickens are influenced heavily by sunlight. With springtime, the …
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While the history of how National Beef Month started is not clearly defined, most people correlate May with the start of grilling season. This could be part of the reason why May was chosen as National Beef Month. There are …
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This Sunday, April 22nd marks the 48th annual Earth Day celebration. Started in 1970, Earth Day began as a movement to help protect the environment and our natural resources. Farmers understand the resources available and do their best to conserve …
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People are constantly coming up with new ways to create more from less. That is especially true in farming. With the rise of alternative agriculture such as urban farming and vertical farming, another idea is slowly making waves – floating …
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Spring is on its way and the smell of manure may have already started permeating the air in your area. Now is the deal time for spreading manure on fields. A study ran by the University of MN shows that …
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Spring brings a sense of renewal and new life. Farmers are in the fields planting, people are buying flowers for their garden, and earthworms are working to keep soil quality top notch. Earthworms are not necessary to have in soil, …
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