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  • SRP1101
    Cattlemen's Day 2014, Beef Cattle Research

    Research on beef cattle at Kansas State University: management, reproduction, nutrition, meat and food safety. Note: Article on page 76-80 is under further review as of July 24 2014. 146-page, b/w.

  • MF2950
    Sweetclover Toxicity

    To prevent sweetclover toxicity, recently damaged plants must not be harvested for hay. Stems of sweetclover plants should be thoroughly dry before being baled as hay. Toxicity is manifested primarily as bruising or bleeding disorders, or lameness. 2-page, color.

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  • MF2949
    Kochia Toxicity

    Kochia (Kochia scoparia), known as fireweed or summer cypress, usually has good forage value. Toxicity may occur with both harvested and grazed plants if kochia plants are allowed to grow more than 18 to 24 inches tall or begin to develop seedheads. 2 p.

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  • MF2948
    Hairy Vetch Toxicity

    This palatable legume may cause major health problems, and even death in cattle. Signs initially include itching and scaly skin that is thickened to the touch, as well as diarrhea, conjunctivitis, and body wasting. 2 p.

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  • MF2848
    FDA-Approved Injectable Beef Cattle Antimicrobials

    Cover page only. Revision is in process for this publication.

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