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SerPIE-ASEMP 2019

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University of Arizona — Dr. Bryan Carter (Africana Studies)
Dr. Maria Leite-Browning (Animal Science and Forages)
Extension Agent Mentors
Roosevelt Robinson (Montgomery, Al)
Allyson Shabel (Decatur, AL)
Phillip Ca…

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Beef Cattle Record Keeping Basics

… For more information, contact the Alabama BCIA (www.albcia. com) or your Alabama Extension regional Animal Science and Forages agent.

 

Download a PDF of Beef Cattle Record Keeping Basics, ANR-2488.

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Interpreting a Forage Analysis for Beef Cattle

Analysis of forages is an important tool to develop strategic supplemental feeding strategies for beef cattle. Understanding the nutritional level of available forage can help manage feed input costs more closely and meet the nutrit…

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Water Requirements of Beef Cattle

… which contributes to daily water needs. Lush, vegetative forage may contain up to 80 percent water; whereas, harvested forages such as hay may contain 10 to 15 percent moisture. Cattle consuming hay and supplemental feeds may require more …

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Mineral Supplementation for Newly Received Stocker Cattle

… The primary cause of copper deficiency in the Southeast is due to a deficiency in diet, primarily consisting of grazed forages. However, occasionally, diet and water sources high in sulfur or molybdenum (Mo) can interfere with copper absor…

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Forage and Feed Analysis

…hin two weeks. The report includes name and e-mail of the Regional Extension agent or specialist for Animal Science and Forages.

Download a hay and forage analysis form here.

Download a feed analysis form here. 

 

Visit th…

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Beef Basics Online Course

… and supporters of the Alabama beef cattle industry.

The course covers basic cattle management principles related to forages, such as nutrition, management, breeding and genetics. “Beef Basics” also goes into detail what the consumer’s…

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Beef Basics iBook

…pport the state’s growing cattle industry. The iBook can be viewed on iPads, iPhones and Mac computers.
Content

Forages in the Southeast
Grazing Management and Methods
Nutrition Basics
Stored Forages and Supplementation

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Producing & Feeding Baleage in Alabama

…eventing the growth of molds and toxic bacteria and preserve the product for later use and feed out.
Forage Selection
Forages that are high in water-soluble carbohydrates, such as annual ryegrass, small grains, and sorghum, generally make…

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Forage Risk Management: Subsidized Insurance as a Strategy

…gram
The Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage (PRF) Insurance Program provides subsidized insurance protection for perennial forages produced for grazing or harvested for hay in the United States. It is administered by the United States Departme…

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Housing & Facilities for Dairy Goats

Contrary to the common belief that goats eat anything, goats are highly selective browsers and do not thrive on poor forages that are low in protein and energy. According to Kleiber’s law, the energy and protein requirements by unit of…

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Care During & Post Kidding In Dairy Goats

Copper oxide particles
Cograzing or sequential grazing of different livestock species
High tannin-containing forages such as Sericea lespedeza

Download a PDF of Care During & Post Kidding In Dairy Goats, ANR-2490.

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Prussic Acid Poisoning of Livestock

…own as cyanide poisoning, is a metabolic condition in livestock that can periodically occur in operations.

Forages such as Johnsongrass, sorghum, sudangrass, and sorghum-sudangrass hybrids can contain toxic concentrations of hy…

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Alabama Beef Quality Assurance: Biosecurity

…ther cattle. Insist that all visitors follow the flow pattern you set for your farm.

Contact your Animal Science and Forages regional Extension agent and your herd veterinarian for help developing and implementing an effective biosecurit…

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Drinking Water for Livestock

…e limits the amount of oxygen that can be carried in the blood, which is of special concern during drought when certain forages may accumulate high concentrations of nitrate (i.e., summer annual grasses, bermudagrass, and Johnsongrass under…

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