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Alabama Beef Quality Assurance: Biosecurity

…s farms alone contributed $136.7 billion in 2015—about 1 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), the total value of goods produced and services provided in a country in one year. However, this number does not reflect the products that r…

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Planning to Make a Cow-Calf Profit

…h #1 and #2 muscle scores.
Evaluate the decision to purchase or develop replacement heifers based on farm resources, goals, and expertise.
Determine pregnancy, calving, and weaning rates; correct any problems.
Make sure nutritional…

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CHAMPION: Health, Nutrition, Exercise

…se knowledge in nutrition terminology, food labels, understanding health diagnosis, and health literacy.

What is the goal of CHAMPION?

CHAMPION is designed to improve eating habits and increase physical activity of school-age childr…

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PCREP: Parent-Child Reading Enhancement Program


Madison County Extension Office

Donna Gullatte
Office: (256) 536-4779

Montgomery County Extension Office

Ciji Griffin
Office: (334) 270-4133
Danielle Rudolph

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Grilling Alabama Seafood

…d molluscs are among the most perishable muscle protein commodities. Ideally, seafood should be purchased the day it is going to be used. Of course, that is not always possible. Therefore, care must be taken to adequately and appropriately …

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Feeding Catfish During Winter

…y poor nutrition, regular winter feeding can also prevent costly losses and treatments.

Choosing the Right Feed

A good choice for feeding adult catfish during the winter is nutritionally complete sinking feed with 26-percent protein. …

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Disease Management in High Tunnel Systems

…timum crop growth may be achieved by providing appropriate levels of nutrients and consistent soil moisture, allowing vigorous plant growth and minimizing disease development. Excessive fertilizer use provides overly rich soils and should b…

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Kudzu Control in Forests, Rights-of-Way & Natural Areas

…udzu I am treating. Will they eliminate my kudzu problem?
Current data indicates that kudzu bugs may be reducing the vigor and competitive ability of kudzu. This is most evident in recent observations of early successional plants such as c…

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Business One on One

… business management, industry regulations,
leadership influence, how to obtain & develop business assets (cash, goods, and services), and evaluate the current state of a business.

Who is Business 1-on-1 for?

Business 1-on-1 …

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Systems Approach to Beef Production: Developing a Basic Management Plan

A systems approach to beef cattle production involves many working parts that influence the overall goal of the operation. Although you may think about repairing these parts one piece at a time, you must recognize that, in reality, …

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Home Grounds: Urban Gardens and Sustainable Landscapes


Mobile County Extension Office

Jack Lecroy
Office: (256) 574-8445

Montgomery County Extension Office

Roosevelt Robinson
Office: (334) 270-4133

Morgan County E…

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Maintaining Herd Health When Introducing a New Bull

…ity of a cow-calf operation. Bulls only become infected after breeding an infected cow, so purchasing virgin bulls is a good way to avoid this problem. Newly purchased nonvirgin bulls should always be tested for trichomoniasis before the br…

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Treating Stocker Calves

… the chute. Most newer product labels have dosages based on mL per 100- or 110-pound body weight intervals, but if not, go ahead and make that calculation before going to the processing chute to treat calves.

Example calculation fo…

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