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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Livestock » Beef Cattle

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  • MF2316
    Planning and Designing Cattle Feedlots

    Construction of a new feedlot or expansion of an existing feedlot requires adequate planning and design to maintain the feedlot’s efficiency and profitability. Planning and design information will aid feedlot owners and operators to improve and develop facilities to address human, cattle, and environmental issues, and will result in safe, efficient, and productive feedlots. 12 pages, color.

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  • MF3585
    Why aren’t my cows pregnant?

    Publication addresses questions often asked when troubleshooting low pregnancy rates in cattle. Includes common terminology and realistic expectations. Poor reproductive performance, by both cows and bulls, must be considered. 8 pages, b/w.

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  • MF3584
    Understanding and Diagnosing Pregnancy Loss (in cattle)

    Description of factors that can cause loss of pregnancy in beef cows. Cattle diseases, mold, parasites, poor nutrition, vaccination errors, hot weather, and other sources of stress can reduce the probability that pregnant cows will produce calves. 8 pages, color.

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  • MF2573
    2021 Protocols for Synchronization of Estrus and Ovulation in Beef Cows and Heifers

    Best scientifically proven methods to synchronize estrus and ovulation in beef cows and replacement heifers for beef producers considering expanding the use of artificial insemination. 8-page, color.

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  • MF3569
    Enhancing Intensive Early Stocking plus Late-Season Grazing for Stocker Cattle in the Kansas Flint Hills

    The publication describes a three-year grazing rotation of two years of enhanced intensive early stocking plus late-season grazing followed by one year of season-long grazing at the normal grazing rate. This proved to be a sustainable grazing scheme, which greatly increased profitability for stocker grazing in the Kansas Flint Hills region. 4 pages, color.

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