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Emergency cattle nutrition strategies after a wildfire

Fri, Mar 01, 2024

OSU Extension specialists discuss the nutrition strategies that will help cattle maintain weight after forage and pastureland are lost in wildfires.

Animal Health and ScienceswildfiresCattleOSU AgricultureOSU ExtensionBeef
Veterinary Viewpoints: Caring for calves in cold weather

Fri, Feb 02, 2024

When the weather becomes severe, calving becomes much more challenging. Although, both hot and cold weather can impact a calf’s ability to thermoregulate, calves born in extreme cold quickly utilize all body fat reserves, putting them at risk. Exposure to wind can exacerbate cold temperatures. Preparing in advance of inclement weather can lead to improved calf survival.

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Two decades of Cow-Calf Corner draws worldwide readership

Tue, Jan 09, 2024

The Cow-Calf Corner newsletter from OSU Extension specialists has been the world standard in beef management and market analysis.

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Veterinary Viewpoints: Calf 911-resuscitation basics

Tue, Jan 02, 2024

Calf resuscitation refers to the process of reviving a newborn calf that is experiencing difficulty breathing or is unresponsive after birth. It is a critical procedure that aims to provide the calf with immediate care to improve chances of survival.

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Backyard flock owners on high alert for avian influenza

Fri, Nov 03, 2023

Avian influenza cases have been reported in Carter, Wagoner and Grady counties.

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Prussic acid toxicity threatens livestock in extreme weather

Wed, Sep 13, 2023

Rainfall after a flash drought has heightened the threat of prussic acid toxicity in the Johnsongrass cattle often eat.

pasturesOSU AgriculturehayweedsOSU ExtensionCattleAnimal Health and SciencesBeefForage
Late summer forage quality a factor in protein supplementation

Wed, Sep 06, 2023

OSU Extension beef cattle specialist Dave Lalman discusses how producers should provide extra protein sources for their cattle when fall forage begins to lose its nutritional value.

OSU ExtensionOSU AgricultureCattleBeefAnimal Health and Sciences
Success Unleashed: Veterinary medicine alumni share the impact of their OSU degrees

Tue, Sep 05, 2023

Since Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine was founded in 1948, more than 2,300 individuals have graduated from the program and gone on to personify our land-grant mission of teaching, research and Extension, highlighting the critical need for a vital veterinary medicine program in Oklahoma. For Drs. Jeremy Cramer and Rebekah Hartfield, the training they received from OSU paved the way for careers of service and success.

College of Veterinary MedicineState MagazineOSU Alumni AssociationAnimal Health and Sciences
Two-day cattlewomen’s college planned this fall for Oklahoma Panhandle

Fri, Sep 01, 2023

Registration forms for the all-inclusive event are available at OSU Extension county offices.

Animal Health and SciencesBeefCattleOSU ExtensionFood Land and Natural ResourcesOSU Agriculture
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