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Mar
We're fond of foods that take us back to memories of family meals around the dinner table. Take comfort in all your favorite classic beef dishes, like meatloaf, stroganoff, meatballs and more with these recipes from Beef. It's What's For Dinner. Read more...

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Mar
Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association is bringing market inspection into the digital age! For more than 100 years, TSCRA market inspectors have kept track of cattle moving through Texas sale barns using pen and paper. But as the world becomes increasingly digital, so do our methods of ...

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Mar
Source: USDA Animal Health Inspection Service | March 23, 2021 After reviewing 944 public comments on a July 2020 notice that proposed to approve Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) as the official eartag for use in interstate movement of cattle, ...

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Mar
Source: OSU News | March 23, 2021 Excessive rain is a signal for cattle producers to keep an eye out for lameness in their animals, the first sign of foot rot. Foot rot is a painful condition that ...

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Mar
Warm, sunny days after a long dose of winter weather can make it tempting to turn cattle out on the greening new grass. However, cattle turned out too early in the spring can lead to several issues. If cows are turned out too early, they expend more energy grazing ...

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Mar
Earlier this month, members of the Texas A&M COVID-19 and Pets research team identified the first cases of the more-contagious UK variant of COVID-19 in animals: A dog and a cat from the same household in Brazos County. Throughout the pandemic, the team has been testing dogs and cats in Brazos ...

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Mar
After a busy bird feeding season, some Oklahomans are reporting small, localized die-offs of birds due to a potential Salmonella outbreak at their feeders. The bacterium is passed through droppings and can spread to other birds visiting the feeding station when they come into contact with contaminated droppings. Salmonella may be introduced ...

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Mar
Source: AgriLife Today | March 23, 2021 Egg prices have started their normal spring increase that peaks around Easter, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert....

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