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Among labor shortages, market transparency issues and COVID-19, it’s becoming increasingly more difficult to get that steak from pasture to plate. Small butcher shops are stepping up to fill the gap.

 “The positives of these types of grazing practices are healthier soil and increased diversity with grasses springing up that weren’t there before.”

Continuing drought in northwest Iowa is forcing producers to alter their grazing plans. Fortunately they have “detours," said Beth Doran, Iowa…

With inflation on the rise, many people are looking for creative ways to make the most of their financial resources. That is true for cattle r…

Just as people like to try new foods on occasion, there are times when cattle opt to munch on the low branches of trees. But in a recent Cattl…

Alfalfa seeded this spring is ready, or soon will be ready, to cut. Proper care and management now could have big impacts on cuttings later th…

Did you know clover can cause toxicity in horses? There are three clovers you should be able to identify that can cause problems for horses: r…

A Kansas State University veterinarian is urging cattle producers to beef up their plans for managing heat stress in their herds, a challenge …

While generally not as problematic in Nebraska compared to other western states, poisonous plants can exact their toll on livestock enterprise…

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