Effect of docosahexanoic acid on quality of frozen–thawed bull semen

Effect of docosahexanoic acid on quality of frozen–thawed bull semen in BioXcell extender Source: Reproduction, Fertility and Development Authors: Asmatullah Kaka, Wahid Haron, Rosnina Yusoff, Nurhusien Yimer, A. M. Khumran, Kazhal Sarsaifi, Atique Ahmed Behan, Ubedullah Kaka, Akeel Ahmed Memon and Mahdi

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Effect of energy supplementation on ovarian activity in early postpartum primiparous cows

Effect of an energy supplementation, weaning and oestrous synchronisation on ovarian activity and ovulation in early postpartum primiparous Bos indicus cows raised in the tropics of Costa Rica Source: Animal Production Science Authors: J. Galindo, S. Estrada, C. S. Galina, R.

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Statistical methods for analysis of multi-harvest data from perennial pasture variety selection

Source: Crop and Pasture Science Authors: Joanne De Faveri, Arūnas P. Verbyla, Wayne S. Pitchford, Shoba Venkatanagappa and Brian R. Cullis Abstract Variety selection in perennial pasture crops involves identifying best varieties from data collected from multiple harvest times in field

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Broadleaf weed control in irrigated pasture containing Trifolium repens

Source: Crop and Pasture Science Authors: Josh S. Davy, Betsy M. Karle, Guy B. Kyser, Joseph M. DiTomaso and Mathew J. Rinella Abstract Increasing lease and purchase costs for irrigated pasture are encouraging producers to use herbicides to control broadleaf weeds and

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Temperament Does Not Affect Steer Weight Gains on Extensively Managed Semiarid Rangeland

Source:Rangeands Author(s): Justin L. Reeves, Justin D. Derner Things to Know Cattle with poor temperaments gain less weight in feedlots. However, how yearling steer temperament affects weight gain on rangelands is a knowledge gap for ranchers. Flight speed, the speed at

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Five questions non-operator landowners should ask their farmers about soil health | NRCS

NRCS provides five questions non-operator landowners should ask their farmers about soil health. NRCS graphic by Jennifer VanEps.

More farmers, ranchers and others who rely on the land are taking action to improve the health of their soil. Many farmers are actually building the soil. How? By using soil health management systems that include cover crops, diverse rotations

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USDA Announces Measures to Help Farmers Diversify Weed Control Efforts

“WASHINGTON, Oct. 15, 2014 —Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced several steps that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is taking to address the increase of herbicide resistant weeds in U.S. agricultural systems. “Weed control in major crops is almost

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