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4th Annual Missouri Sheep & Goat Conference

By   /  October 18, 2019  /    /  No Comments

Producers, would-be producers, and others meet once each year to attend the annual Missouri Sheep & Goat Conference.  This two-day event provides educational opportunities for those involved in the sheep and goat industry.  Topics vary from year to year but have included grazing management, soil health, rations, guardian animals, parasite management, genetics, value-added marketing, budgeting, […]

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Parasite Paranoia

By   /  November 9, 2015  /  Livestock  /  1 Comment

Worried about parasites? Here’s how grazing management can help you sleep better at night.

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Livestock Choose Parasite-Killing Foods

By   /  March 10, 2014  /  Behavior, Livestock  /  Comments Off on Livestock Choose Parasite-Killing Foods

Researchers at Utah State University have conducted several studies that show that tannins in forages can reduce parasite loads in livestock, and that animals will choose to eat more foods with tannins when they are infested with parasites.  Most shrubs contain tannins, and tannins can also be found in sudangrass, birdsfoot and big trefoil, sorghum, […]

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Genetic Parasite Control in Cattle

By   /  February 17, 2014  /  Beef Cattle, Livestock  /  5 Comments

Once again we have to go back in time. Cattle in the wild would have had as much parasite resistance as present day wild animals, which made their existence possible. What we have done in the modern world is ignore natural capabilities and we unwittingly began diminishing them to insignificance. Chemicals will never win the […]

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Setting Up an Intensive Grazing System That Works – Pasture Recovery Periods

By   /  September 30, 2013  /  Forage, Grazing Management, Pasture Health  /  Comments Off on Setting Up an Intensive Grazing System That Works – Pasture Recovery Periods

Regardless of your irrigation status, you’ll find great tips here on improving spring pastures, getting more forage with less nitrogen, adding legumes and preventing and reducing parasite problems.

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