By Robert Wells, Ph.D., livestock consultant / email@example.com When purchasing feed, it is essential to take time to read the feed tag that, by law, is attached to every bag of feed or mineral sold. […]
By Rayford Pullen With fall officially here, we turn our attention toward the upcoming winter months and costs associated with keeping our herds healthy, productive and profitable. In our area of North Texas, forage quality […]
By Lindsey Lambert Take in the beautiful scenery as the road takes you through the San Isabel National Forest.
By Lindsey Monk Montana has had a big fire season as we were much drier than usual. We are glad fall is here.
By Jared Groce The exodus from the population centers continues, with huge numbers of urbanized citizens looking to live a rural lifestyle. The amount of rural property buyers far exceeds the amount of rural properties […]
By Barry Whitworth, DVM / Area Food/Animal Quality and Health Specialist for Eastern Oklahoma Actinobacillosis and Actinomycosis, both of which are better known as “woody tongue” and “lumpy jaw” respectively, are two common infections seen […]
By Lindsey Monk Another Big Sky sunset! It’s been really dry up here and the hoppers are eating everything, but life goes on.
By Lindsey Lambert Cattle, corn, wheat, hay and dairy are the prominent commodities of Colorado agriculture, but the Centennial State also has other diverse products such as bison, ostriches and emu, sunflowers, grapes, mushrooms and […]