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Small horn flies can be big problem for livestock

Like a horde of fearsome movie vampires, horn flies are voracious bloodsuckers often found in association with grazing cattle.
Time to deworm sheep and goats once again

Thu, May 06, 2021

Internal parasites in sheep and goats can be especially serious threats to animal health and production, and the barber pole worm is the worst of the lot.

SheepAgricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesgoatsFerguson College of AgricultureOutreach and Engagementveterinary medicineNews TopicsOSU ExtensionLivestockentomology
Get the most out of higher cattle placement weights in feedlots

Thu, Apr 22, 2021

It is all about adding value and risk management, though the producer still will need to determine the price needed to sell his or her fed cattle to break even on the transaction.

Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesOSU ExtensionAnimal and Food SciencesNews TopicsFerguson College of AgricultureLivestockOklahoma Cooperative Extension ServiceOutreach and EngagementCattlebeef cattlefeedlots
Meat goats tough out COVID-19 disruptions

Tue, Mar 30, 2021

Meat goat market disruptions due to COVID-19 last year appear to have made less of an impact than expected, said JJ Jones, Oklahoma State University Extension area agricultural economist.

Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Serviceagricultural economicsNews TopicsLivestockAgricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesAgricultureFerguson College of Agriculturegoats
Got oak? Be careful

Mon, Mar 08, 2021

Oklahoma is known for beautiful, shady oak trees. Springtime brings new leaves, buds and blooms while fall brings acorns that cover the ground in grazing areas.

LivestockCollege of Veterinary MedicineAnimal Health and Sciences

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