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  • 2000
  • July

Same Ol' Song, Different Verse

The weather cycle has been unforgiving for several years throughout southern Oklahoma and northern Texas, with little rainfall from late spring through summer. Here are some suggestions to help you adjust your herd structure, letting you weather drought better.
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  • 2002
  • November

RHD Method Can Help Producers Assess Fall Forage Supplies

The reserve herd day (RHD) calculation method gives an accurate estimate of how much forage is available in a certain pasture and how long it will last.
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  • 2001
  • November

Taking Stock "Of" Your Pastures

The dry summers and mild winters of the past few years have adversely affected warm season forage production. Now is a good time to assess pasture condition.
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  • 2002
  • April

Machinery Considerations

Arriving at the proper complement of machinery and equipment for each farm and ranch operation involves the analysis of a number of factors.
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  • 2002
  • September

Producers Should take Advantage of Tall Fescue for Winter Feeding

Stockpiled tall fescue is an alternative source of nutrients for cattle.
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  • 2002
  • August

Following Guidelines could Maximize Winter Pasture Production

It's time to begin preparations for planting winter pasture in the fall, and following some suggestions regarding planting date, fertilization and seeding rates can help your pastures reach maximum production potential.
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  • 2003
  • February

Sale Barn Surveys Show Trends in Premiums, Discounts

Three sale barn surveys conducted by the Extension service in Oklahoma, Kansas and Arkansas have attempted to determine the premiums and discounts received by feeder calves with various characteristics - and while the absolute numbers vary somewhat, trends are evident.

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  • 2001
  • March

Grass Mechanics 101

When you compare forage yields, you find that all grass is not created equal. However, when you look closely at grasses, you find that they all have the same parts.

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  • 2001
  • March

Replacement Heifer Management

An effective replacement heifer development program requires more time, labor, and resources than does the mature cow herd. However, if managed efficiently, heifer development can be profitable.
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  • 2002
  • September

Necropsy is a Valuable Tool in Disease Management

When an animal dies, the most useful and inclusive diagnostic tool available to livestock producers is the necropsy - a post-mortem examination performed by an experienced veterinarian.