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Prussic acid toxicity threatens livestock in extreme weather

Rainfall after a flash drought has heightened the threat of prussic acid toxicity in the Johnsongrass cattle often eat.
Three black calves standing in front of tall native grass. The calf on the far left has a white tag in its right ear. The middle calf has an orange tag in its right ear, and the far right calf has a blue tag in its right ear.
Lower yields expected for 2021 hay crop

Tue, Jul 27, 2021

Cool and wet weather conditions in the first half of the summer will affect hay yields this year for producers statewide.

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Hay, fencing supplies chief needs for Beaver County wildfire recovery

Wed, Mar 11, 2020

OSU Extension has worked with the State Office of Emergency Management to set up a hotline to match supplies with local producers. The telephone number is 1-866-552-4662.

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