Baled Silage for Livestock
John Jennings, University of Arkansas
Baled silage, commonly referred to as “balage,” originated in northern Europe, where drying conditions are not conducive to the production of high-quality hay. This dilemma is common in Arkansas as well as most of the southeast United States.
Shelby Filley, Ph.D., Oregon State University Extension Service
One way to provide feed to calves while they are still nursing is through “creepfeeding.” Creep-feeding is the practice of providing supplemental feed to suckling calves while restricting access of older cattle. This is typically done using a feeder surrounded by a pen with narrow openings for calves.
Four Industry Greats Honored During Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame Banquet
Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame
Four outstanding individuals in the cattle-feeding industry were celebrated for their leadership, innovation and dedication during the annual Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame banquet on June 30 in Denver, Colo.
Tri-State Beef Conference To Be Hosted August 15-16
Dr. Scott P. Greiner, Extension Animal Scientist, VA Tech. firstname.lastname@example.org
A Tri-State Cow-Calf Conference will be held in Johnson City, TN on August 15-16. The two-day program will include a tour of local beef operations on the afternoon of Monday, August 15. An evening meal and educational program featuring Kristina Butts from NCBA will immediately follow the tour.
Taking The Pain Out Of Fencing
Fencing ranks right up there when it comes to ranking least favorite pastimes on the farm and Erickson farmer Adele Popp is no exception.
But Popp was happy to pass along some of the things she’s learned about fencing as part of the South Parkland Beef Seminar pasture tour for women last week.
Youth program offered at Beef Cattle Short Course
Blair Fannin, Texas A&M
North Texas e-News
A program featuring educational sessions specifically for youth will be offered in conjunction with the 57th Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course Aug. 1-3 at Texas A&M University. The beef short course is sponsored by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service.
UT field day should appeal to cattle producers
Southeast Farm Press
The University of Tennessee is once again hosting a Steak and Potatoes Field Day at the Plateau AgResearch and Education Center.
The free event, which includes a trade show and a sponsored lunch, begins with registration at 8 a.m. CDT on Tuesday, Aug. 2, at the main unit of UT’s Plateau AgResearch and Education Center on U.S. Hwy. 70N west of Crossville.