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Managing cattle for “ever-present change”–some web sites you can use to gather information

AgWeb recently published a story from NDSU Extension beef specialist Kris Ringwall on a couple of sources of information cattle producers can use to monitor drought and moisture conditions across the country.  Kris points out that managing cattle is always a matter of flexibility as wet and dry spells come…
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Cool cows produce more milk, reproduce faster

Growing Georgia published an article today which discusses the adverse impacts of heat on dairy cattle.  In particular, the article points out that heat-stressed cows produce less milk and also suffer reduced fertility.  Some steps that farmers can take to keep their cows happy include providing adequate water, sprinkling to…
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