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Saskatchewan Forage 21h
Be sure to join us December 5 at the Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence to hear about swath grazing research to optimize winter feeding.
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Autumn Lawson Sep 18
Would any beef people be willing to give a tour or speak on a topic to the U of S Beef Team? Our team is a great group and eager to learn!
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Saskatchewan Forage Sep 24
The workshops are coming up quick. The day will be a combination of hands-on handling demonstrations and VBP+ classroom training. Dates and registration info can be found here:
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Michelle Duckworth Sep 12
Beef Producers: Recently in class we have been talking about what it costs to keep a cow for a year all costs in. My dad figures the numbers were way too low. What do you guys figure it costs you for the year? And how many head do you have?
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Bree Kelln May 21
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Autumn Lawson Nov 3
Big thank you to and for having the U of S Beef Team come out to their operations today! Learned lots and had some good conversations about .
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Riverbend Co-op May 10
Spring is finally here!! Keep us in mind for all your fencing needs. Remember, we also have post pounders for rent. Any of our locations would be glad to help!
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Sask Crop Insurance May 31
Today is the final day to purchase your calf price insurance.
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Autumn Lawson Aug 8
Heat stress can begin at 26 degrees. It is 32 today and only getting hotter. Familiarize yourself with the signs...watch for open-mouthed breathing and panting. Take some proactive measures, but most of all keep a close eye through this heat wave.
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H Spilchuk Jun 17
Ok my Plant Science gurus. I've heard this is ragwort and heard everything from it being safe for cattle to it being deadly. What's the scoop
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Riverbend Co-op May 15
CYPRESS INDUSTRIES CREEP FEEDERS & BUNK FEEDERS! Now in stock good quality portable 100 & 330 BU feeders with spring assisted panels. Bunk feeders are 14 gauge steel 10’ x 29” & 28”high.
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Lana Graham Oct 23
Sheho is the place to be for one of our fall meetings.
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Sask Crop Insurance May 31
The potential for a dry growing season is just one of the factors that could play a role in the direction the cattle market heads before the fall marketing period. There is opportunity to manage the risk of this market uncertainty through .
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Michelle Duckworth Aug 5
Come check us out in The Farm at the for some ! I’d be more than happy to answer any of your questions or show you a cattle operation up close with our Virtual Reality videos!
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Autumn Lawson Aug 23
Saw this for the first time today. Anyone identify their calves like this? If so, what’s the procedure? Why do you choose that method?
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adrienne ivey Apr 4
Does anyone in SK have a group of pairs available for sale? My friend in NE Sask is looking for 40-50. Give her a shout if you have some!
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FarmZilla Classified Dec 7
Black brockle face, 3/4 Angus black & black brockle, black Simm X Black Angus. Bred Black Angus. Selling at the Rock Solid Bred Heifer Sale at Bircham Ranch Sale Barn in Piapot. Dec. 11/17.
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Julie-Anne Howe Oct 11
On set with for an AM cooking beef segment. Tune in!
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FarmZilla Classified Dec 7
50 SIMMENTAL & SIMMENTAL Cross bred cows and heifers, bred Simmental, start calving March 1st.
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Riverbend Co-op Apr 30
PURLAC PLUS FOR HEALTHY CALVES FORMULATION PROVIDES IMMUNE SYSTEM SUPPORT FOR YOUNG ANIMALS Comprised of 100% milk protein and organic trace minerals, Purlac Plus provides highly digestible nutrition for calves.
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