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Composting may be timely solution for disposal of dead livestock and large animals
ALVA, Okla. – Natural disasters such as the wildfires that struck Woods County recently highlight the need to act quickly to dispose of livestock and other large animal carcasses.
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OSU Master Cattleman program just what Mary Elliott Perigo needed
WAKITA, Okla. – When tragedy struck, healthcare professional Mary Elliott Perigo was faced with the daunting prospect of gaining needed knowledge and expertise quickly to manage her family’s commercial cow-calf operation, located north of Wakita, Oklahoma.
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Weekly Livestock Reporter’s Phil Stoll honored as OSU animal science graduate of distinction
STILLWATER, Okla. – Speak with Phil Stoll for any length of time and the stories come spilling out, insightful firsthand accounts detailing everything from changes in the animal agriculture industry to what it is like to work with some of the most prominent and respected cattle producers in the nation.
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U.S. beef trade situation down for April but improving slowly overall
STILLWATER, Okla. – Recent beef and cattle trade data shows a mixed bag of global market impacts, with total U.S. beef exports decreasing 5.3 percent in April compared to last year.
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Dairy herds expected to have decreasing effect on U.S beef production
STILLWATER, Okla. – Although beef, as a by-product of the dairy industry, rarely exhibits a major influence on dairy industry production decisions, it is important to note that dairy animals contribute a significant portion of total animal slaughter and beef supply.
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Producers should guard against heat stress in cattle
STILLWATER, Okla. – Most areas of Oklahoma experience 70 or more days each year with temperatures that exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit, providing ample reason for cattle producers to guard against heat stress in their herds.
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Keep a watchful eye out for anaplasmosis in cattle herds
ENID, Okla. – The occurrence of anaplasmosis has been shown to be more widespread in the United States than once thought, underscoring the need for cattle producers to be aware of causes for and clinical signs of the disease.
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Understanding effects ‘beyond the ranch’ focus of Aug. 11 NW Oklahoma Beef Conference.
ENID, Okla. – The Northwest Oklahoma Beef Conference on Aug. 11 will showcase how further processing, innovation, policy and marketing play significant roles in determining the ultimate value of beef and its effects on producers and the industry as a whole.
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Take action now to stockpile bermudagrass for winter cattle use
STILLWATER, Okla. – Temperatures may be hitting 100 degrees Fahrenheit or more, but it is winter that should be on the mind of producers looking to stockpile bermudagrass hay.
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Round bale costs part of managing profit margins for some beef producers
STILLWATER, Okla. – Although round bales have been popular with beef producers for many years, there are many challenges to buying, producing and using round bales correctly and cost effectively.
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