Special Episode – Quiz Bowl with K-State Animal Science Champion Quadrathlon Team Vs. BCI CattleChat Podcast Team

Welcome to BCI CattleChat! If you enjoy testing your knowledge on animal health, listen to this episode to hear a special quiz bowl hosting the K-State Animal Science Champion Quadrathlon Team Vs. the BCI CattleChat Podcast Team. There are questions from all categories, try to answer the questions before the buzzer goes off and see which team will win it all!

A huge thank you to the ASI Champion Quadrathlon Team for participating in this fun episode. The Champion team consists of; Derek Neal, Senior in Animal Science, Kyndall Norris, Junior in Animal Science, Amanda Roth, Senior in Animal Science, Mark Jameson, Senior in Animal Science and Karol Fike, Professor in Animal Science.

Questions from Ag Census, Pre-Season Bull Training, Top 6 Things to do for Pre-Season Bull Management, Grass Tetany

Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

5:00 – Questions from Ag Census

9:42 – Pre-season Bull TrainingExtension

18:29 – Top 6 Things to do for Pre-Season Bull Management

  • Acclamate Bulls
  • Check Feet and Legs
  • Parasite Control
  • Preventative Health
  • Body Condition
  • Breeding Soundness Exam

19:42 – Grass Tetany

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Travels of the Podcast Team, Top Strengths of the U.S. Industry, AI Synchronization in Heifers, Stage 2 & 3 Labor

Welcome to Episode 50 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

1:35 – Travels of the Podcast Team

10:20 – Top 9 Strengths of the U.S. Industry

  • Extension
  • Veterinary Training and Diagnostic Labs
  • Productivity and Land Fertility
  • Efficiency and Knowledge
  • Investment in Research
  • Infrastructure Investment (Roads, Railroads, Rivers, Etc.)
  • Education
  • Data Availability
  • People and Producers in Agriculture

13:18 – AI Synchronization in Heifers

18:54 – Stage 2 & 3 Labor

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Guest Tony Batterham, Herd Expansion, Colostrum Management, Top 5 Tips for Managing Colostrum in Beef Herds, Antimicrobial Use in Feed yards, Animal Activism

Welcome to Episode 49 of BCI Cattle Chat where we had the opportunity to visit with Tony Batterham, DVM and Feed yard Consultant of Australia.  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

1:58 – Introduction of Tony Batterham – DVM, Feed yard Consultant and Board Member of ALFA (Australian Lot Feeders’ Association)

5:26 – Herd Expansion

8:12 – Colostrum Management

14:51 – Top 5 Tips for Managing Colostrum in Beef Herds

  • Manage Body Condition Score
  • Suitable Calving Environment
  • Calving Difficulty Management
  • Feed Colostrum to those with Dystocia
  • Have a Well Vaccinated Cow Herd

16:12 – Antimicrobial Use in Feed yards

20:15 – Animal Activism

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Travels of Podcast Team, Is AI Worth It?, Top 10 Tips for a Successful AI Synchronization Program, Cull Cows, In the News

Welcome to Episode 48 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

:49 – Travels of the Podcast Team

8:39 – Is AI Worth It?

16:48 – Top 10 Tips for a Successful AI Synchronization Program

  • You don’t have to synchronize all cows
  • Have cycling cows
  • Use only high accuracy Bulls
  • Make sure heifers are heavy enough to breed, and cows have a good BCS
  • Make sure the cows you are going to synchronize are far enough from calving season post-partum
  • Use a synchronization protocol that fits your management
  • Make sure facilities are adequate
  • Double check your protocol
  • Have equipment and supplies on hand
  • Have a strategy to identify early calving cows

18:40 – Cull Cows

23:02 – In the News

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Calving Records, Interview with Justin Waggoner – Beef Systems Specialist

Welcome to Episode 47 of BCI Cattle Chat where we had the opportunity to visit with Justin Waggoner, Beef Systems Specialist in Garden City, Kansas. Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

1:38 – Calving Records

4:05 – Interview with Justin Waggoner – Beef Systems Specialist

Please see below for the supplementation diagram mentioned in the podcast.

Source: Mathis CP, Sawyer JE. Nutritional management of grazing beef cows. Vet Clin N Amer 23:1-19, 2007.

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Abortion in Cattle, Glenn Rogers with American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Postpartum Interval, Top 6 Influences of Postpartum Anestrus, Brandon Depenbusch with CattleTrace, BCI Beef Tip

Welcome to Episode 46 of BCI Cattle Chat where we had the opportunity to visit with two guests; American Association of Bovine Practitioners President, Glenn Rogers, and Vice President of Cattle Operations for Innovative Livestock Services, Brandon Depenbusch. Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

2:07 – Abortion in Cattle

8:00 – American Association of Bovine Practitioners President – Glenn Rogers

13:25 – Postpartum Interval

17:32 – Top 6 Things Influencing Postpartum Anestrus

  • Age
  • BCS at Calving
  • Change in BCS from Calving to Breeding
  • Julian Date at Calving
  • Nutritional Availability
  • Dystocia/Retained Placenta

19:27 – Vice President of Cattle Operations for Innovative Livestock Services and Chairman of CattleTrace – Brandon Depenbusch

25:20 – BCI Beef Tip: Keep Records and/or Samples to Go Back To

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Introduction of Guest Jackie McClaskey, American Royal, Opportunities in Agriculture, Getting Youth Involved in Agriculture, In the News

Welcome to Episode 45 of BCI Cattle Chat where we had the opportunity to visit with former Kansas Secretary of Agriculture, Jackie McClaskey. Jackie is now the President of the Future American Royal Campus.  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

1:00 – Introduction of Jackie McClaskey – President of the Future American Royal Campus – Former Kansas Secretary of Agriculture

4:09 – American Royal

9:05 – Opportunities in Agriculture

14:03 – BCI CattleChat Checklist – Top 6 Opportunities in Agriculture

  • Value Added Opportunities
  • Increased Efficiency
  • Opportunity to those Supplying and Servicing New Technology
  • Diversification
  • Increased Access to Information
  • Attracting Young People to Agriculture

15:30 – Getting youth Involved in Agriculture

21:54 – In the News

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K-State Animal Science Cattlemen’s Day Event, Annual Legacy Sale, Bull Buying Season, 8 Tips to Prepare for a Bull Sale, Lice in Cattle, Supplementing Cows

Welcome to Episode 44 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

1:00 – 106th Annual Cattlemen’s Day Event and Annual Legacy Sale

5:40 – Bull Buying Season

14:29 – BCI Cattle Chat Checklist – 8 Tips to Prepare for a Bull Sale

  • Pre-Sale Preparation
  • Identify what Breed you Need
  • Make a Long List
  • Know Your Price Restraints
  • Use Selection Indexes
  • Know what Your Operation Needs
  • Show Up Early and Shorten Your List
  • Get to Know Your Bull Provider

15:36 – Lice in Cattle

17:38 – Supplementing Cows

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How Big of a Concern is Mud, Sandhills Calving System, Top 5 Tips for Managing and Preventing Calf Scours, When Should I Castrate Bull Calves, Beef Up Your Kansas Day Event

Welcome to Episode 43 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

2:16 – How Big of a Concern is Mud?

6:58 – Sandhills Calving System

12:45 – Top 5 Tips for Managing and Preventing Calf Scours

  • Identify sick calves as soon as possible
  • Make sure that cows calve in adequate body condition
  • Make sure that cows don’t congregate in one area of the pasture
  • Separate older calves from younger calves
  • Make every week like the first week of the calving season for as many cows as possible

For a more detailed report of these tips, please click here

14:16 – When Should I Castrate Bull Calves?

17:40 – Interview with Patti Dollarhide – Beef Up Your Kansas Day Event

23:15 – BCI Beef Tip – Take Mud Seriously

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Types of Risk, Top 7 Risks You May Want to Plan For, In the News

Welcome to Episode 42 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

2:10 – Risk

  • Production Risk
  • Price Risk
  • Legal/Regulatory Risk
  • HR Risk
  • How Do You Respond?

Source : K-State Center for Risk Management Education and Research

13:20 – Top 7 Risks That You Should Have a Plan For

  • Calf-Death Loss
  • Open cows
  • Drought
  • Price-Risk
  • Transition Plan
  • Human Resources Risk
  • Financial Risk

15:32 – In the News

BCI Beef Tip – Helping a Newborn Calf Breathe

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Introduction of Dr.Justin Smith, NCBA Meeting, What is the Minimum Temperature Cattle can Handle, Top 6 Technology Changes Impacting Animal Health

Welcome to Episode 41 of BCI Cattle Chat where we had the opportunity to visit with KDA Animal Health Commissioner, Dr. Justin Smith.  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

1:45 – Introduction of KDA Animal Health Commissioner – Dr. Justin Smith

  • Responsibilities of Animal Health Commissioner
  • Disease Monitoring
  • CattleTrace

12:08 – National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Meeting

16:03 – Listener Question – What is the Minimum Temperature Cattle can Handle?

20:45 – Top 6 Technology Changes Impacting Animal Health

  • Advances in Genomic Testing
  • Electronic Transfer of Traceability Data Points
  • Improved Diagnostics
  • Precision Agriculture
  • Hands-Free Identification
  • Electronic Health Papers

22:38 – BCI Beef Tip: Don’t be Afraid of New Business Opportunities

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Super Bowl Trivia,Income to Debt Ratio for Veterinarians, Variability in Cow-Calf Returns, What are Tasks We Can Do In Winter to Make 2019 Successful, Are my Cows Ready for Calving, What is in the News

Welcome to Episode 40 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

:25 – Super Bowl Trivia

5:30 – Listener Question – Income to Debt Ratio for Veterinarians

11:15 – Variability in Cow-Calf Returns

14:45 – BCI CattleChat Checklist – Top 6 Tasks We can do in Winter to Make 2019 Successful

  • Prepare for Taxes
  • Repair and Update Equipment
  • Evaluate 2018
  • Plan Breeding Season
  • Plan Grazing/Farming
  • Identify Local/State Information Sources

19:00 – Are my Cows Ready for Calving?

21:38 – In The News

25:53 – BCI Beef Tip – You Can Never Have to Much Lubricant When Calving

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Introduction of Chuck Dodd, Interacting with Veterinarians in the Field, Recruitment of New Vet Students, Top 5 Tips for Students Applying for Vet School, What is the Demand for Veterinarians, What is in the News?

Welcome to Episode 39 of BCI Cattle Chat where we had the opportunity to visit with Director of Outreach for the College of Veterinary Medicine, Chuck Dodd. Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

2:28 – Guest Introduction

3:35 – Interacting with Veterinarians in the Field

6:35 – Recruitment of New Vet Students

10:35 – Top 5 Tips for Students Applying for Vet School

13:48 – What is the Demand for Veterinarians?

18:39 – What is In The News?

K-State Cow Lease Calculator

22:55 – BCI Beef Tip – Keep a Look Out for Lameness in Cattle

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Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas, Plastic Disease is a Concern, Top 7 Records You Should Keep on a Cow-Calf Operation,When to Call a Vet During Calving, Agriculture Stories in the News

Welcome to Episode 38 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

3:22 – VTPRK Alumni Meeting (Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas)

8:20 – Plastic Disease is a Concern

10:35- BCI CattleChat Checklist – Top 7 Records You Should Keep on a Cow-Calf Operation

  • The Number of Calves that Died Between Birth And Weaning
  • The Length of the Breeding Season
  • Pregnancy Rate
  • What Percentage of Calves are born in the first 21 Days
  • What are the Feed Expenses Per Cow Exposed
  • How many Calves Did I wean Per Cow Exposed
  • Number of Pounds Weaned Per Cow Exposed

13:30 – When to Call a Veterinarian During Calving

21:30 – Agriculture Stories in the News

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Docility in Cattle, How to Prepare for Winter, Beef Demand, Evaluation of Breeding Programs

Welcome to Episode 37 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

2:00 –  Docility in Cattle

10:48 – Preparations for Winter

13:00 – Beef Demand

16:35 – Evaluation of Breeding Programs

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Foreign Animal Disease Exercise at KDA, FDA Announces Decrease in Antibiotics, 10 New Year Resolutions for Producers, Beef Export News, Nutrition in Cattle

Welcome to Episode 36 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

2:27 –   Foreign Animal Disease Exercise at Kansas Department of Agriculture

10:30 – FDA Announces Decrease in Antibiotic Usage

14:12 – BCI Cattle Chat Checklist – 10 New Year Resolutions for Producers

20:20 – Beef Export News

23:05 – Nutrition in Cattle

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Phasing Out Select Beef, How Many Heifers to Keep, Top 10 Items to Include in Calving Kit, Decision Support Survey

Welcome to Episode 35 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

3:20 – Phasing out Select Beef

8:20 – How Many Heifers to Save

15:05 – BCI Cattle Chat Checklist – Top 10 Things to Include in Calving Kit

18:35 – Decision Support Tool Survey

To see the full press release regarding this decision support tool, please see below. 

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Stake Holder Press Release 11262018 Final

Kansas Livestock Association Convention, Supply and Demand Trade Deals, How do Food Recalls Affect the Beef Industry, Premium Discounts

Welcome to Episode 34 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

 

1:50 – Kansas Livestock Association Convention

3:05 – Supply and Demand for the United States

15:05 – How do Food Recalls Affect the Industry?

19:30 – Premium Discounts

 

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International Symposium of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Supplementation Frequency, Calf Preparation, Calf Scours, The Cattle Cycle

Welcome to Episode 33 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

3:00 – International Symposium of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics

4:20 – Supplementation Frequency

10:27 – Calf Preparation

Research and Extension Calving Schools

13:25 – Calf Scours

18:28 – The Cattle Cycle

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Sustainable Beef 101 with Foodservice Professionals, Patti’s Experiences in the Foodservice Industry, Research in Dietetics, Sustainability

Welcome to Episode 32 of BCI Cattle Chat where we visit with Director of Beef Value Chain Alliances at the Beef Cattle Institute, Patti Dollarhide.  For more information on the Patti’s work, or to ask her a question please visit https://ksubci.org/value-chain-alliances/.

3:30 – Sustainable Beef 101: Foodservice Professionals Tour

Autumn Beef & Cider Stew Recipe

Spicy Korean Beef & Cucumber Appetizer Recipe 

 Beef Jerky Trail Mix

9:10 – Patti’s Experiences in Dietetics

14:30 – Why Research is Important in Dietetics

17:15 – Sustainability

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Stretching Hay Resources, Growth in Breeding Technologies, Drones in Agriculture, Windbreaks

Welcome to Episode 31 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

3:10 – Stretching Hay Resources

9:20 – Growth in Breeding Technology

14:00 – Drones in Agriculture

17:45 – Windbreaks

Windbreak/Shelter-belt Establishment  

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Kansas Livestock Association History, KLA Convention and How to get Involved, Electronic Logging Devices in Transportation, Antibiotic Policy

Welcome to Episode 30 of BCI Cattle Chat where we visit with Chief Executive Officer of the Kansas Livestock Association, Matt Teagarden.  For more information on the Kansas Livestock Association, visit their website at https://www.kla.org/.

2:45 – The History of the Kansas Livestock Association

8:35 – Kansas Livestock Association Convention and How to get Involved

15:15 – Electronic Logging Devices in Transportation

20:20 – Antibiotic Policy

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What is CattleTrace, Disease Traceability, Objectives of CattleTrace, Who is Participating, What makes this time different?

Welcome to Episode 29 of BCI Cattle Chat where we had the opportunity to speak with Cassie Kniebel, Program Manager of CattleTrace.

The CattleTrace Pilot Project is being designed as a multi-phased initiative to trace animals through the supply chain and identify opportunities to improve the robustness of the system. With development and outreach taking place in the first three quarters of 2018, the goal is to initiate data collection and cattle tracing in fall 2018.

For more information on CattleTrace, please visit their website at https://www.cattletrace.org/. 

2:35 – Introduction of Cassie Kniebel, Program Manager of CattleTrace

7:40 – What is CattleTrace?

10:10 – Disease Traceability

14:00 – Objectives of CattleTrace

17:48 – Who is Participating?

20:30 – What Makes This Time Different?

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Guest A.J. Tarpoff, What is BQA and Why it’s Important, BQA Certification in Feedyards and Packing Plants, Cattle Care, Cattle Handling

Welcome to Episode 28 of BCI Cattle Chat which is sponsored by the Kansas Beef Council! This week we had the opportunity to learn about Beef Quality Assurance from Extension Beef Veterinarian, A.J. Tarpoff.  For more information on BQA, visit their website at https://www.bqa.org/.

To find a location near you that offers BQA Training, go to https://www.bqa.org/events. Online certification is also offered.

2:45 – Guest Introduction with A.J. Tarpoff

4:00 – What is BQA and Why is it Important?

8:40 – BQA Certification

12:25 – Next Week’s Guest

19:25 – Cattle Care and Handling

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