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  1. Egg nests laid by bull trout are trampled by cattle, which also raise water temperatures to unhealthful levels by widening streams and denuding vegetation, the plaintiffs claimed. Stephen ...

  2. A U.S. patent has been issued for a Kansas State University-developed “peanut brittle” that ensures cows and other livestock eating it get their vitamins.

  3. BUFFALO, N.Y. — Each year, farmers in the U.S. purchase tens of millions of pounds of antibiotics that are approved for use in cows, pigs, fowl and other livestock. When farmers repurpose ...

  4. In a horse-drawn covered wagon that could go "no faster than the cows could go," Isa Mentzer rode westward from Jasper County, Missouri, to a new territory in 1892, the livestock dragging ...

  5. The site apparently served as a trading center for commodities including cattle. An article in Smithsonian magazine describes some of their findings, including a well-preserved bovine ...

  6. 4-H Competition

    Texarkana Gazette2 days ago

    The Bowie County 4-H Livestock Judging Team competed in District IV 4-H Contest in College Station last Saturday.

  7. There are many different kinds, fairly inexpensive, and seemingly effective at killing parasites in the digestive tract of cattle and certain types also control flies, ticks and lice.

  8. Farmers being slowed by late spring, too much rain

    Pittsburgh Tribune-Review2 days ago

    At Pounds Turkey Farm in Allegheny Township, the oat fields are so saturated with water, they can't be plowed or planted and livestock can't get into the muddy fields to graze. "It's ...

  9. A local shepherd had let his cattle loose in the heat, and the animals sauntered across the sun-baked mudflats that were once fertile land. As far as the naked eyes in bright sunlight ...

  10. For ranchers like Kendal Wilson and his family, of Wilson Livestock, Inc. in Lincoln County, Earth Day is not a one-day event April 22, it’s a way of life. Every day across New Mexico ...

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