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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Livestock » Beef Cattle

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  • MF3230
    Guide to Body Condition Scoring in Cattle

    Body condition scores are visual assessments used to evaluate animals and make decisions about nutrition and management. This 5- by 8-inch laminated scorecard is a handy reference for evaluating cow body condition in the field.

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  • MF3185
    How Much Gas Do Beef or Dairy Cattle Produce?

    Beef and dairy cattle operations produce greenhouse gas emissions from feed digestion and manure decomposition. Producers need to be aware of what gases are emitted and why they are of concern so they can take steps to control and counteract these emissions. 4-page, color.

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  • MF2573
    2015 Protocols for Synchronization of Estrus and Ovulation in Beef Cows and Heifers

    For producers wanting to expand use of artificial insemination, this publication lists best scientifically proven methods to synchronize estrus and ovulation in beef cows and replacement heifers. 8-page, b/w.

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  • MF3114
    Beef Cow-Calf Management Options When Pasture is Limited

    To remain profitable in the face of widespread drought, record grain and feed prices, and other economic uncertainties, Kansas beef producers must focus on capturing value, managing returns, and implementing least-cost production strategies. This publication helps beef producers determine appropriate management practices for cow-calf operations when pasture is limited. 8-page, color.

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  • MF3115
    Managing Cows in Confinement

    When drought or other factors increase competition for grazing land, beef producers may consider moving cattle off grass and feeding them in a confinement pen. This publication provides information on culling decisions, diets, housing, and other concerns associated with this practice. 8-page, color.

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