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Nutrition & First-Calf Heifers (9/12/20)

Dave Lalman explains how nutritional needs change for first-calf heifers before rebreeding. For more information visit http://beef.okstate.edu/pages/calculators For Extension fact sheets &…

From  Kurtis Hair on September 14th, 2020 0  

Cow-Calf Corner - Handling Backward Calves (9/5/20)

Glenn Selk explains why producers have four minutes to save the life of a backward-born calf. For more information visit…

From  Kurtis Hair on September 11th, 2020 0  

Cow-Calf Corner - The Benefits of Selling Groups of Calves (6/27/20)

Glenn Selk has details on how selling calves in larger groups can prove financially beneficial. For Extension fact sheets & more visit https://extension.okstate.edu SUNUP is a production of…

From  Kurtis Hair on June 29th, 2020 0  

SUNUP: Cow-Calf Corner (12-02-17)

Glenn Selk uses personal experience to explain the importance of making room now for spring-born calves.

From  Kurtis Hair on March 6th, 2018 0  

SUNUP: Hormone implants in cattle?

Dave Lalman explains the science behind hormone implants for calves.

From  Kurtis Hair on March 6th, 2018 0  

SUNUP: Cow-Calf Corner (4/15/17)

Glenn Selk has suggestions for alternative weaning dates for fall-calving herds.

From  Kurtis Hair on March 6th, 2018 0  

SUNUP: Cow-Calf Corner: Working spring calves

Glenn Selk uses Beef Quality Assurance guidelines to provide tips for working spring calves.

From  Kurtis Hair on March 6th, 2018 0  

Cow Calf Corner: Colostrum

In Cow-Calf Corner, OkState Extension Beef Cattle Specialist Glenn Selk looks at the importance of colostrum to the health of newborn calves and explains colostrum replacement options.

Cow Calf Corner: Body Condition

In Cow-Calf Corner, OkState Beef Cattle Extension Specialist Glenn Selk explains the importance of good body condition scores prior to calving and breeding season.

SUNUP: Cattle & Winter Nutrition

Lyndall Stout, SUNUP host, joins OkState Extension Beef Cattle Specialist Dave Lalman as he explains some of the benefits of grazing cattle on wheat and the results of DASNR's research on limit…