Cattle in drought-stricken areas of North and South Dakota and other states could be exposed to high levels of nitrates and prussic acid in forage plants and hay. Learn which plants are most affected, and how to keep cattle safe.
You'll do your pastures and cows a favor this spring if you leave the fertilizer spreader in the shed, and pull out the drill or seeder. That's what Rob Kallenbach, a forage specialist at the University of Missouri, told farmers and ranchers at the Cornbel
Swine producers interested in evaluating alternatives to control odors, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide and dust transmissions from their operations can learn more at two Iowa State University workshops in March.