Nebraska Extension Educators discuss management options to consider when utilizing low quality hay for cattle.
Check out these easy riding exercises that you can try in any lesson to help sharpen your skills. Thanks to Michigan 4-H Horse Programs for sharing with ExtensionHorses.org!
Don’t underestimate how much your cell phone can be used as a learning tool! Most smart phones have a “slow mo” video option. It’s a great opportunity to capture video of your horse to learn gaits & foot fall patterns! . Enjoy these quick clips I snapped of our horse, Paddy. Paddy can be seen at the trot, canter (both leads), as well as the counter canter. . Did you know the trot is a 2-beat diagonal gait with the diagonal pairs moving together? While the canter is a 3-beat diagonal gait. . Use this same tool to talk about stride length, reach, drive, and other aspects of stride evaluation.
Short tutorial for Navigating the 2019 ExtensionHorses.org Hippology Academy.
Dr. Aaron Yoder discusses an on-going project designed to improve the safety and health of cattle feedyard workers.
Nebraska Director of Beef Quality Assurance (BQA), Rob Eirich, provides an overview of the BQA program including why and how to become BQA certified.
Terry Klopfenstein, and Henry Hilscher, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Russ Euken, Beef Specialist, and Dan Loy, Iowa State University
Renato Schmidt, Lallemand Animal Nutrition
Mark Blackford, Craig Cattle Co., and John Schroeder, Darr Feedyard
Luiz Ferraretto, University of Florida
Jason Warner, Great Plains Livestock Consulting, Inc.
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