- Researchers study bison-to-cattle disease threatResearchers have launched a survey seeking feedback on the potential threats of diseases in Alberta’s Wood bison population being transmitted to cattle. Both bovine tuberculosis and bovine brucellosis have been endemic within the bison populations in Wood Buffalo National Park since the 1920s. Anthrax within the population also is a concern for researchers.
- Federal Government’s $20 Billion Embrace of ‘Climate Smart’ FarmingThe land that Lindsay Klaunig and her partner bought five years ago in southeastern Ohio was ill-suited for farming: 80 acres of highly erosive hills and hollows susceptible to flooding, where cow manure and waste from a former dairy operation drained into a waterway.
- Bale Grazing: Efficient Soil Health ImprovementSouth Dakota Soil Health Coalition Board member and Colome, SD, producer Van Mansheim doesn’t mince words when it comes to the benefits of bale grazing.
- Experts Agree: Dairy Cattle's Welfare Worse Than Beef CattleContrary to what one might think, dairy cows and other dairy cattle are likely to experience worse welfare than their counterparts in beef herds, raised solely for meat.
- Derrell Peel Believes Strong Incentives Coming for Cattle Producers Once We See Drought's EndWith three quarters of 2022 almost behind us, as we enter the final quarter of this year, Senior Farm and Ranch Broadcaster, Ron Hays, is back with Oklahoma State University Livestock Market Economist, Dr. Derrell Peel talking about the beef cow herd numbers.