Dr. Young Dal Jang, assistant professor in Department of Animal and Food Science at UW-River Falls, presented this topic at the 2020 Badger Swine Symposium.
Karly Anderson, master’s student in the Department of Animal and Dairy Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and animal welfare lab coordinator at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, presented this topic at the 2020 Badger Swine Symposium.
Paige Isensee, Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri student, presented this topic at the 2020 Badger Swine Symposium.
UW-Madison Extension provides information to help herd managers understand the complex relationship between parasitic worms and cattle, enabling them to couple best practices in pasture management with the strategic use of deworming products.
UW-Madison Extension provides tips on controlling horn and face flies.
UW-Madison Extension experts have designed tools that will producers with their preconditioning programs.
Information and resources to assist in establishing a meat business that adheres to state and federal regulations.
Information and resources about processing meat products.
Spring is just around the corner which makes it a great time to consider what you would like to change. Some people have personal goals for change, but what about your farm goals? Are there aspects of the farm you would like to upgrade, incorporate new technology, or change all together?
Gene Schriefer, UW-Madison Division of Extension, and Adam Abel, Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Soil Conservationist discuss planning for intentional grazing of sheep and goats.