Livestock

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Livestock

Panhandle Perspectives: Managing cows through dry conditions

Hot, dry conditions in early summer have taken a toll on grass growth in much of the Great Plains this year.

UNL to co-host 2020 Silage for Beef Webinar Series

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln will join the Iowa Beef Center, and Lallemand Animal Nutrition to host the 2020 Silage for Beef Webinar Series.

Virtual livestock judging camp will be June 16-18

Youth interested in livestock evaluation can participate in a national, virtual Nebraska livestock judging camp on June 16-18.
UNL virtual livestock judging camp

Producers, university, food banks partner to put pork on the table

On a rainy afternoon in late May, the Food Bank of Lincoln paid a visit to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Animal Science Complex and loaded up 1,500 pounds of fresh pork onto a truck for distribution to Nebraskans in need across the southeastern part of the state.
A worker processing pork

I-29 Moo University launches new dairy podcast

Dairy producers in the I-29 corridor and across Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota have a new way of receiving information, thanks to a podcast launched by the I-29 Moo University dairy consortium.
I-29 Moo University

Webinar to detail USDA coronavirus food assistance program for producers

The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program will be the focus of a joint webinar produced by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the Nebraska USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) this Thursday at noon (central).
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Animal Care Program setting standard for adaptability

Louis Pasteur, the father of pasteurization and pioneer of the germ theory of disease, said, “Chance favors only the prepared mind.”
University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Institutional Animal Care Program

Panhandle Perspectives: Will feeding silage to lactating cows give my calves scours?

Lincoln, Neb.

UNL Beef

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