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Article Of The Month

"Article of the Month" is a new educational series designed to enhance the services of the South Florida Beef-Forage Program (SFBFP) to livestock producers. Each month will highlight appropriate information to guide producers. Articles will be prepared interchangeably among county livestock extension agents, researchers and statewide extension specialists. It is hoped that articles will generate more discussion on "Cattletalk", SFBFP's discussion group.

2001

Month Article Author(s)
January Managing Calves to Minimize Shrink at Marketing Dr. Findlay Pate - Range Cattle Research & Education Center
February Back to the Basics: Begin Your 2001 Fertilizer Program with a Good Liming Practice Dr. Martin B. Adjei - Range Cattle Research & Education Center
March Florida Cattlemen's Association Water Quality BMP Practices for Cow/Calf Operations: A Job Well Done, a Manual Worth Studying Pat Miller - Okeechobee County Extension, Dairy & Water Quality Agent
April Foot and Mouth Disease Brenda Heberling - Polk County Extension Livestock/4-H Agent
May Examination of Pasture Management Practices Can Improve Profitability Mark Wade, Ph.D. - Indian River Research & Education Center, Assistant Professor
June Proposed EPA Regulations to Address Water Pollution from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) James Stice - Pasco County Extension Livestock Agent
August Identification of Fall Pasture Insect Pests Jim Selph - DeSoto County Extension, Director/Livestock Agent
September Effect of Sulfur-Containing Fertilizer on Bahiagrass Quality and Grazing Cow Mineral Status Dr. John Arthington - Range Cattle Research & Education Center, Associate Professor of Animal Sciences
October Local Animal Disaster Preparedness Travis Seawright - Manatee County Livestock Extension Agent
November Agroterrorism - How Vulnerable Are We and What Can We Do? Lochrane A. Gary - Hardee County Extension Director
December Foliar N-Spray May Improve the Quality of Stockpiled Limpograss Dr. Martin B. Adjei - Range Cattle Research & Education Center

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