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What is Mastitis Costing You? - Articles Articles
Mastitis costs dairy farms more than any other disease. Control clinical and subclinical infections to improve milk quality and boost profitability. More
No-till wheat in corn residue
Small Grain Planting Considerations - Articles Articles

Small Grain Planting Considerations

Delbert G. Voight, Jr

Did wet weather delay your wheat planting? Here are some tips that might assist you with your planting decisions. More
Soybean Double Crop Research trial. Image credit: Del Voight
Considerations for Double Crop Soybean Production - Articles Articles
With both wheat and barley being harvested there are considerations to ensure a profitable double crop soybean crop. Key theme is to plant thick, plant narrow, use longer maturity and manage weeds up front. More
Photo credit: Amber Yutzy
Winning the Battle of Subclinical Mastitis Detection - Articles Articles
Lost milk yield and reduced milk quality (high somatic cell count) make undetected subclinical mastitis very costly. Early detection pays dividends. More
Soybean Good Inoculation Practices (GIP)
Soybean Good Inoculation Practices (GIP) - Articles Articles
Soybean inoculation is critical to optimum yields More
Photo credit: Amber Yutzy
Maintaining a Low Somatic Cell Count During the Winter - Articles Articles
High somatic cell count is directly correlated to poor udder cleanliness. More
Figure 1 Penn State SEAREC- 2014 Corn Response to Fungicide Applications- D.G. Voight and A. Collins.
When to Consider Foliar Fungicide Applications on Corn - Articles Articles
Under certain conditions, applying a fungicide to corn may provide an economic return. A look at few key criteria will help in determining whether to apply fungicides or wait things out. More
Somatic Cell Counts - How Low is Too Low?
Somatic Cell Counts - How Low is Too Low? - Articles Articles
The pursuit of lower somatic cell counts to achieve milk quality goals leads some to wonder if the cow's immune response is compromised. More
pH and Water Modifications to Improve Pesticide Performance
pH and Water Modifications to Improve Pesticide Performance - Articles Articles
The water carrier of pesticides may influence the overall effectiveness of the pesticide used for control. Knowing some basics of water can be useful in protecting yields in crops. More
Mejores Prácticas de Ordeño
Mejores Prácticas de Ordeño - Articles Articles

Mejores Prácticas de Ordeño

Amber Yutzy, Mauricio Rosales

Versión en español de la lista de "Mejores prácticas de ordeño". More
PA Gamebird and Shooting Preserve Industry
Pennsylvania Game Bird Industry - Articles Articles
Today in the state of Pennsylvania millions of game birds are produced annually by professional game breeders. More
Overmilking can lead to hyperkeratosis, putting cows at greater risk for infection.
Overmilking? Test Yourself! - Articles Articles
Overmilking can damage teat ends and compromise udder health. A simple test can help you determine if you are over or under milking. More
Biosecurity: Protecting Your Birds from Disease
Biosecurity: Protecting Your Birds from Disease - Articles Articles

Biosecurity: Protecting Your Birds from Disease

Phillip Clauer, Gregory P Martin, Ph.D., PAS, Patricia A Dunn, DVM, MAM, DACPV, R. Michael Hulet

Biosecurity means protecting your birds by preventing disease from entering your farm, and protecting others by preventing disease from leaving your farm. More
Sulfur Management in Field Crops--an Agronomist's Persepective
Sulfur Management in Field Crops--an Agronomist's Persepective - Articles Articles
Sulfur has become more recently discussed in fertility plans in crops. There is a question as to how much should be applied and when. This article discusses this from an Agronomist's perspective. More
Hispanic Workforce Training
Hispanic Workforce Training - Articles Articles
If employees are to excel, they must know how to handle day-to-day situations. This requires proper training on the protocols and practices for their job. More
Potassium for Crop Production Potassium for Crop Production - Articles

Potassium for Crop Production

Delbert G. Voight, Jr

Ways to insure optimum Potassuim fertilization on your farm. More
Delayed Soybean Planting Considerations
Delayed Soybean Planting Considerations - Articles Articles
Persistent weather challenges, and delayed small grain maturity for some double-crop growers, have some producers looking at strategies to get a better result from less than ideal conditions. More
Planting Considerations and Population Assessment
Planting Considerations and Population Assessment - Articles Articles
Achieving consistently high yields in corn and soybean production requires uniform crop emergence and plant spacing. More
Heifer Mastitis: Prevention is the Key!
Heifer Mastitis: Prevention is the Key! - Articles Articles
Prevention of mastitis requires reducing exposure to mastitis pathogens and enhancing the ability of the heifers’ immune system to respond. More
Proper milking management and routine can help to increase milk quality.
Best Milking Practices Checklist - Articles Articles
This checklist will help you to pinpoint areas in your milking routine that need improvement. More
Bobwhite Quail
Bobwhite Quail Production - Articles Articles

Bobwhite Quail Production

Phillip Clauer, Jayson K. Harper, Ph.D., R. Michael Hulet

Bobwhite quail production may provide resources for stocking areas where native bird numbers have dwindled. More
Chukar
Partridge Production - Articles Articles

Partridge Production

Lynn Kime, Jayson K. Harper, Ph.D., R. Michael Hulet

Partridge producers typically raise one of two distinct species, the chukar or the Hungarian partridge. More
Turkeys
Small-Flock Turkey Production - Articles Articles

Small-Flock Turkey Production

Phillip Clauer, Jayson K. Harper, Ph.D., Lynn Kime, R. Michael Hulet

Raising turkeys can be a satisfying educational activity as well as a source of economical, high-quality meat for your family and friends. More
Pheasants
Pheasant Production - Articles Articles

Pheasant Production

Lynn Kime, Jayson K. Harper, Ph.D., R. Michael Hulet

Professional game breeders in Pennsylvania produce one-half million commercial pheasants annually, and the Pennsylvania Game Commission also produces birds. More