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Preventing Coccidiosis in Weaned Calves

Coccidiosis is an intestinal disease that primarily affects younger cattle. Clinical disease most commonly occurs in calves around weaning due to an increase in stress and is rare in adult cattle. The disease may occur in confined cattle or cattle on pasture.
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Know your quality grades to get the most out of steak season

Tue, May 04, 2021

More than 98% of American households purchased meat in 2020, and 43% of Americans now buy more meat than before the pandemic.

Food Land and Natural ResourcesfoodOutreach and EngagementOklahoma Cooperative Extension ServiceOSU AgricultureBeefbeef cattlesteakNews TopicsOSU Extension
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.

News TopicsOklahoma Cooperative Extension ServiceOutreach and EngagementfeedlotsOSU AgricultureCattleLivestockAnimal and Food SciencesOSU Extensionbeef cattle
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