Dr. Rick Koelsch, livestock environmental engineer at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, discusses the value of manure and the positive attributes of using it as a soil amendment. Please share your thoughts on this webinar by completing the following evaluation: http://go.unl.edu/feedlotwebinar.
Dr. Vander Ley discusses how the timing of vaccination of newly arrived cattle impacts immune response and cattle health.
Livestock Risk Protection Insurance for cattle can be a tool that can be used to protect a price for cattle in the future while participating in market price increases. This video discusses Livestock Risk Protection Insurance.
Pasture Rangeland Forage Insurance Rainfall Index is a risk management tool that can be used to insure for precipitation that impacts forage production
Matt Spangler discusses the use of EPDs in the selection of sires and how the information can be used.
Annual Forage Insurance allows producers who are growing annual forages for feed or fodder to insure for precipitation. Dr. Jay Parsons explains how the insurance works and options available for use.
The Feed Cost Cow-Q-Lator is an Excel based spreadsheet tool that compares feeds to one another on a dry matter basis to evaluate which feeds are most economical.
Cover Crops and Early Maturing Corn and Soybean Hybrids/Varieties - Roger Elmore, Nebraska Extension Cropping
Dr. Jerry Volesky discusses methods for grazing annual forages in Nebraska.
Dr. Jerry Volesky discusses cool and warm season annual forage research conducted in Nebraska. Dr. Volesky also discusses principles to know when planting annual forages for hay or grazing.
Bethany Johnston describes how to utilize the GrassSnap App to monitor rangeland and pasture.
Damaged or deteriorating sugar beets can be utilized as cattle feed. Dr. Karla Jenkins discusses the feed quality of sugar beets, methods for processing, storing and feeding sugar beets to cattle.
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