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Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA)

Article By: Margaret Ross Photo Credit: en.wikipedia.org Adapted from: NCDA & CS Veterinary Division – Animal Health Programs – Equine Infectious …

Multi-Species Grazing

Excerpt from the research paper “The Advantages and Challenges of Multi-Species Grazing” by Margaret B. Ross Looking for a better …

Broodmare Feeding Management

Adapted and shortened from “MARE AND FOAL NUTRITION. Feeding Management of the Broodmare” by Dr. Bob Mowrey, North Carolina …

Farmers Manage Deer Program

NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Guy and Judy Gardner guyandjudy@ncwf.org 919-250 8441 or 919-608-3386 Farmers Manage Deer – Turning Problems into Profits Farmers …

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Did You Know...

Smashing Skill-A-Thon Success – Again! Would you know the difference between a Charolais and a Gelbvieh? What about the difference …

Managing the Overweight Horse

Adapted from “Trimming the Fat: Weight Loss Strategies for the Overweight Horse, Fact Sheet, Maryland Cooperative Extension.” Horses that …

Did You Know ...

I can’t believe it is time for the fair again. The Coastal Carolina Agricultural Fair is almost here! The …

Prepared for HURRICANE Season?

As Hurricane season is full steam ahead, have you stopped and thought “Am I prepared?” Being prepared ranges from …

Goat Biosecurity

What is biosecurity? Biosecurity is various different practices you can implement on your farm to reduce the risk of …

Integrity of Horse Trailers

Click here for entire article. To learn more about the integrity of horse trailers, please contact your local Cooperative Extension …

Farming at a Young Age

I bet you weren’t running your own business like Melody Mauney who sells her chicken eggs. Not only does …

Soil Testing 101

Soil testing is a very simple and inexpensive process (free besides shipping). It is very important to test your …

Recent Publications related to Animal Agriculture

Additives for Improving Hog Farm Air Quality

Air quality in hog production can be improved by dietary manipulation (e.g., reducing crude protein), …

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Evaluation of a Cow-Calf Grazing System in the Piedmont: Animal Performance and Pasture Productivity

In the North-South transition zone both cool-season and warm-season, perennial grasses can be grown and …

7 days ago
Asian longhorned tick

Asian Longhorned Tick

The Asian longhorned tick is an invasive tick spreading throughout the eastern US. A …

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A sample waste report predicting nutrient availability

Swine Manure as a Fertilizer Source

This factsheet explains the three factors of proper swine manure management: the nutrient content of …

10/11/19SoilFacts
Figure 1. African blue louse, Linognathus africanus.

Lice: What They Are and How to Control Them

Information on the different types of lice, diagnosis and treatment is presented in this factsheet. …

Forage Quality: Concepts and Practices

In this publication, we describe the factors that affect forage quality and discuss prediction indices …

7/26/19
Graphical representation of pine plantations in Duplin County

Forests as an Alternative for Poultry Manure Application

Applying poultry manure to forestland that needs nitrogen and phosphorus can help poultry producers manage …

3/25/19
Figure 1. Swine farms (purple) and various forestland cover type

Using Animal Manures in Forest Fertilization

Applying animal manure to forestland can help animal producers manage waste and supply forest owners …

3/22/19