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10 minutes | Oct 18, 2021
The Nebraska Strong Recovery Project
Don Lease, a rancher from western Nebraska discusses the resource connections available through the Nebraska Strong Recovery Project to help people deal with challenges they may be facing.
12 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
Safely Grazing Frosted Sorghums
Ben Beckman and Connor Biehler discuss how freezing temperatures impacts sorghums and management practices producers can utilize to reduce risks of prussic acid poisoning for grazing cattle.
8 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
How should producers analyze and think about market impacting news events?
Dr. Elliott Dennis gives perspective on a framework for producers to think through in evaluating how news events could impact decision making.
32 minutes | Sep 29, 2021
Management Practices that have Improved Ranch Profitability A Producers Perspective
Joe Hatch, a young rancher from northeast Colorado shares practices that they have implemented to improve range condition, reduce supplemental feed costs and address cow depreciation on their family's leased ranch operation.
11 minutes | Sep 25, 2021
What Are Video Auctions and CME Futures Telling Us About Fall Feeder Cattle Prices?
Dr. Elliott Dennis share analysis of market prices and the factors driving prices being paid for calves and feeder cattle.
7 minutes | Sep 18, 2021
2021 Range Beef Cow Symposium
Dr. Karla Wilke, one of the coordinators for the Range Beef Cow Symposium, discusses the upcoming program, topics that will be covered and format for the event.
8 minutes | Sep 14, 2021
Feeding Elevated Levels of Corn Silage to Reduce Liver Abscesses
Extension Educator Erin Laborie reviews research that shows feeding elevated leves of corn silage in a finishing diet can reduce the incidence of liver abscesses at harvest.
8 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
Managing Rangeland and Pasture after an Unplanned Fire Event
Dr. Mitch Stpehenson reviews things to remember when managing rangeland and pasture after an unplanned fire has occurred.
17 minutes | Sep 1, 2021
What to do with High Nitrate Forage?
Dr. Mary Drewnoski discusses management options available when standing forage is high in nitrates.
13 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
Choosing a Method for Pregnancy Diagnosis
Dr. Funston highlights the different methods availabe for pregnancy diagnosis in cattle and how these tools can be utilized to make management decisions that can improve profitability.
12 minutes | Aug 17, 2021
Managing Summer Calving Herds During the Breeding Season
Dr. Mulliniks discusses why a shift to later summer calving may result in a higher percentage of cows not becoming pregnant and management strategies to address this issue.
10 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
Managing Early Weaned Calves
Dr. Karla Wilke discusses the management option of early weaning calves, highlighting the importance of diet quality,having adequate facilities and a health plan to help ensure success.
5 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
Do not let Pinkeye Decrease Efficiencies in Summer Grazing
Connor Biehler talks about the risk pinkeye can present to cow-calf producers and management practices that can help to reduce the occurrence of the disease in a herd.
14 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
Stocker Yearling Cattle as a Complement to Cow-calf Operation in the Sandhills of Nebraska
In this Producer Perspective, John Ravenscroft shares how his family utilizes stocker yearling cattle as a way to utilize grazing resources and complement their cow-calf operation in the Nebraska Sandhills.
12 minutes | Jul 23, 2021
Blue Green Algae Impacts on Cattle
Extension Educator Amy Timmerman discusses what cattle producers can do to prevent blue green algae poisoning in cattle drinking out of ponds and dams.
14 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Quality of Forage and Impacts on Intake and Animal Performance
Dr. Travis Mulliniks discusses how decreases in forage quality in mid to late summer can impact animal performance and strategies to mitigate this.
8 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
Managing Risk with Annual Forages
Dr. Jay Parsons discusses precipitation insurance that can be utilized with annual forages, how the insurance works and key things producers should know when considering the use of the insurance.
7 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
Poisonus Pasture Plants
Dr. Jerry Volesky talks about common poisonous plants in Nebraska for grazing livestock and gives management practices and resources producers can use to reduce risk.
8 minutes | Jun 24, 2021
Implants Equate to Efficiency in Stocker Cattle
Nebraska Extension Educator Connor Biehler discusses how growth implants can be utilized in cattle grazing summer grass to improve production efficiency.
11 minutes | Jun 23, 2021
The Beef Industry Believes in BQA and So Should You!
Dawn Caldwell, a cow-calf producer, discusses the value she sees in the Beef Quality Assurance program for both producers, retailers and consumers.
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