Daily Archives: March 10, 2017

Soil That Looks Like Cottage Cheese – It’s a Good Thing

Soil That Looks Like Cottage Cheese – It’s a Good Thing

Kathy Voth

On Pasture

Gabe Brown is known for the work he’s done improving his soils, and with it, his farm’s profitability. He quit tilling back in 1993, turning instead to no-till, cover crops, and crop rotation. Here he’ll show you what his soil looks like after 20 years of caring for his land this way. The result is soil that looks like “cottage cheese.”

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Evaluate Fire-Related Injuries, Disease

Evaluate Fire-Related Injuries, Disease

John Maday

Bovine Veterinarian

For cattle exposed to fire and smoke, health issues can range from acute burns and smoke inhalation requiring immediate treatment to more subtle, chronic or indirect threats that can present long-term challenges.

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Industry Has High Expectations for Integrity Beef Project to Improve and Strengthen Relationships

Industry Has High Expectations for Integrity Beef Project to Improve and Strengthen Relationships

Oklahoma Farm Report

Several years ago the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation created the Integrity Beef Alliance among the different players of the beef supply chain. Today, that group has grown into its own nonprofit organization and has launched recently a two-year pilot project that will follow beef cattle from the cow/calf operation, through the feeder and packing phases and eventually the end consumer with Tyson and McDonald’s.

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