Animal Systems News
Changes in forages, locations, and cows. Oh my!
Are your pastures looking a little shabby this spring? If so, lack of proper soil fertility may be partially to blame. Taking the following steps will help improve soil fertility and improve the health of your pasture plants.
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Every Spring horse owners go through a ritual to prepare pastures, horses and equipment for the prospect of riding and enjoying horses during warmer weather.
Many exciting opportunities for horsemen are available each month.
Indiana County District Conservation District and Penn State University Equine Team are hosting an Equine Environmental Stewardship and Manure Management program.
When traveling across the United States, each state can set different health requirements, which must be met by horses coming into these states.
Learn about the different kinds of ornamental plants that can harm horses, dogs and barn cats.
Centre County 4-H leader is recognized for her years of service and outstanding success in working with the 4-H poultry program.
If a horse is prone to laminitis special care needs to be considered when allowing the horse to grass on pasture grasses.
The National Animal Health Surveillance System (NAHSS) integrates animal health monitoring and surveillance activities conducted by many Federal and State government agencies into a comprehensive and coordinated system.
Visitors to the Equine Pasture Management and High Density Grazing Demonstrations during Ag Progress Days, Aug. 13-15, can learn about best practices to enhance their farm or property.
The April 30 webinar conducted for those affected by Hurricane Sandy has been was archived at www.eden.lsu.edu/s-cap/virtualforum. You will be able to access the link at anytime and watch it as much as you would like.
Research from the University of Florida shows that calves exposed to heat stress before birth have lower birth weights and compromised immunity.
Two real world examples of group housing and feeding systems for calves and a discussion of the challenges in each system.
Dairy producers are encouraged to design a parasite control program with their veterinarian. This article presents some elements that might be considered in crafting a more effective program.
Crows are not dumb birds.
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Participants in these short-courses will be made aware of new and emerging information that will benefit their horses, their farms, and the environment.