Tis the season for Bloat!

This week Dana invites Dr. Paul Beck to talk about the bloat in cattle on wheat pasture. February and March is prime time for bloat in wheat pasture calves making it a very relevant discussion. Tune in to hear about the different types of bloat, why it occurs, and what products are available to manage and treat bloat.

PP over Options for Dealing with Bloat (link)

Cow Calf Corner Article: Control and Prevention of Bloat (link)

Transcripts are available upon request.

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Extension Experience – Insights into Oklahoma Agriculture
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Tis the season for Bloat!
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Using Urea in Beef Cattle Diets

This week, Dana has a discussion about Urea use in beef cattle diets with Dr. Dave Lalman.

Resources:

Considerations of Urea Use in Beef Cattle Diets – SDSU Article

Urea and NPN for Cattle and Sheep – Colorado State Article

A Comparison of Cottonseed Meal and Urea in Low Protein Winter Range Supplements for Cattle Experiment Station Report

Cattle fed raw soybeans should not be also fed urea – OSU Factsheet

You can also forward your questions to Dana Zook at dana.zook@okstate.edu

Transcripts of episode available upon request.

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Extension Experience – Insights into Oklahoma Agriculture
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Using Urea in Beef Cattle Diets
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