Search results for: “Beef Cattle”

  • Course
    ...be. Objectives:Explain the value of water qualityIdentify major water quality regulations in TexasExplain the impacts of beef cattle on water qualityImplement best management practices to reduce bacterial contamination in runoff....
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    This publication explains how beef cattle producers can use body condition scores to manage nutrition and improve reproductive performance of their herds, and protect the range resource. Also discussed are...
  • Course
    ...their characteristics and what the habitat requirements are for each species. Managing for Livestock: In this module, you will learn about beef cattle and sheep and goats. This module will...
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    This publication explains how to make the best use of hay in beef cattle operations. It discusses quality and cost and gives advice on minimizing losses from haymaking, storage, and...
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    When deciding on the best strategy for replacing heifers, beef cattle producers should weigh several factors. This publication discusses several such issues including:Current and future market pricesHerd sizePasturesFacilities and management...
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    This publication is meant to assist beef cattle owners in comparing the cost and value of different supplemental feedstuffs. When used with the accompanying spreadsheet, this tool can be a...
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    This publication provides beef producers with information on managing a nutrition program for range beef cattle. It discusses forage needs, body condition, crude protein and digestibility of forage in the...
  • ...program’s framework is five resource manuals that focus on bacterial runoff management for beef cattle, dairy cattle, horses, poultry and feral hogs. Through enhanced education regarding riparian protection and vegetation...
    Cibolo Creek at Crescent Bend Nature Park
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    Small grains are widely grown as a cool-season forage crop for beef cattle and dairy industries in Texas. Small grains such as wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) – used for grazing...