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Nitrate Toxicity in Livestock

The potential solutions to prevent nitrate toxicity by using nitrogen fertilizer and awareness of plant factors, the effect of weather and cattle management.

LivestockLivestock Health & DiseaseLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionNatural Disaster RecoveryWeather & Disaster Preparedness
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A Planning Calendar for Sheep Herd Health and Management

Suggestions for pre-breeding, breeding and post-weaning can be applied to an individual’s current sheep management program.

LivestockLivestock Genetics & ReproductionLivestock ManagementLivestock ReproductionSheep
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Feeding Whole Soybeans and Drought- or Frost-Damaged Soybeans to Beef Cattle

An explanation of the benefits of feeding soybeans to cattle and the economic benefits of damaged soybeans being used as feed.

Beef CattleCropsGrains & OilseedsLivestockLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock NutritionSoybeans
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Stocking Rate: The Key to Successful Livestock Production

No other single management practice affects profitability of livestock more than stocking rate, learn how to determine the proper stocking rate for your land.

Animal Unit Month (AUM)Beef CattleCarrying CapacityGrazing ManagementLivestockRangeland ManagementStocker Cattle
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Composting System for Small Horse Farms

The basics and benefits of using horse manure as a compost in gardens.

CompostingFertilizationHorsesLivestockSoilWaste Management
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Swine Showmanship

Swine showmen will get a detailed list of purchase to exhibition techniques on how to exhibit their swine.

4H Youth DevelopmentLivestockPigs, Hogs, Swine
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Feeding High Quality, Low Test Weight and Sprouted Wheat

Information on the digestibility and cost effectiveness of feeding wheat of different variables to beef cattle compared to corn.

CropsGrains & OilseedsLivestockLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock NutritionWheat
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Home Slaughtering and Processing of Beef

Suggestions on preparations, required equipment and the proper procedures for slaughtering beef cattle.

Beef CattleFood ProductsFood Safety, Quality Management & SanitationLivestock
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