Livestock Lines Newsletter
Newsletter produced by Theresa Becchetti Livestock Advisor, Stanislaus and San Joaquin Counties. You can receive email notification when the next newsletter is posted.
|May 2020|| |
In This Issue...
|COVID-19 Notification|| |
Dear Stanislaus County community:
As you all know, national, state, and local agencies have been implementing various measures to reduce the rate and risk of community spread of COVID-19. We wanted to update you on protective measures being taken by UC ANR, including this office. All UC Agriculture and Natural Resources county offices, research and extension centers and statewide programs are implementing telecommute protocols. As of Friday, March 20, all UC ANR employees have been working remotely. This includes our Farm Advisors who work closely with growers and other agriculture clientele, UC Master Gardeners, the Nutrition, Food and Consumer Science program, and 4-H.
Being mindful of official guidance concerning social distancing, many Cooperative Extension functions, events, activities, meetings, etc. have been cancelled through the end of April. This directive also includes all volunteer-led youth or adult programming, meetings, or gatherings.
During this telecommute status, we want to emphasize that we are still working and available to assist. Call our number at 525-6800 and we will direct you to the appropriate person. Critical research projects are being maintained and program delivery is taking place online. There is no impact on your ability to connect with us by email or phone.
We will be monitoring COVID-19 developments closely and will continue to communicate any changes to our operations. If you have any questions or issues regarding potentially impacted meetings, events, research, programs, etc., please check our website at cestanislaus.ucanr.edu or drop us an email. We are here and available to assist you during this uncertain period.
|April 2019|| ||4/22/19|
|February 2019|| |
In this issue:
|Winter Issue 2018|| |
Look What’s Inside:
¨ Sustainable Diet Discussion
¨ Rangeland Summit
¨ Upcoming Events
|Fall Newsletter 2018|| |
|Summer Newsletter 2018|| ||8/2/18|
|January 2018|| |
|Fall Newsletter 2016|| ||10/13/16|
|January 2016|| ||1/7/16|
|November 2015|| ||10/30/15|
|The Management of Medusahead on Working Ranches||3/27/15|
|62nd Annual Oakdale Livestock Forum|| |
For one time only
The 62nd Annual Oakdale Livestock Forum is sponsoring the California Rangeland Conservation Coalition's Summit
Click on the link to get all the information.
|Spring 2013|| |
|Spring 2013|| |
|September 2012|| ||9/7/12|
|Spring 2012|| |
In this issue...
|February 2012|| ||2/22/12|
|July 2011|| ||7/12/11|
|June 2011|| ||7/12/11|
|Beef Quality Assurance Program||Topics will include injection and vaccine information, animal ID, age and source verification and national bull and cow beef quality audit as well as a short animal health program after lunch.||3/23/11|
|Reminder-Oakdale Livestock Forum||Save the date: March 1, 2011||2/17/11|
|Goat Workshop||March 15th, 2011 McCay Hall 2820 Hwy 140 Catheys Valley, CA PLEASE R.S.V.P BY MARCH 09, 2011 @ 209-966-2417 OR REGISTER ON-LINE @ cemariposa.ucdavis.edu||2/15/11|
|59th Annual Livestock Forum||Click on link for more information||2/6/08|
|Winter 2011||*Update on Controlling Smutgrass in Irrigated Pastures *Preventing Damage From Liver Flukes *Excellence in Range Management *YouTube and Cattle? *59th Annual Livestock Forum||3/19/08|
|Fall 2010||*Bull Management - Fall Breeding *Trichomonosis in Cattle, A Review *New Forage Loss Tool *Local Forage Production *Fall Field Day||9/14/10|
|Winter 2010||* Beef Quality Assurance * Maternal Diets are Forever * Carbon Sequestration on Rangelands||2/3/10|
|58th Annual Livestock Forum||Get the latest research information for your livestock at this meeting.||DOC||2/2/10|
|September 2009||Upcoming Short Courses: * Small Land Owner * Ranch Water Quality||8/31/09|
|Summer 2009||* Smutgrass - Another Invasive Grass * Smutgrass in Irrigated Pastures * Cancer Incidence in Vegetarians * Udder & Teat Scoring in Beef Cattle * Ranch Water Quality & Small Landowner Shortcourses * Beef Quality Assurance Program||8/31/09|
|Spring 2009||* PREPARE FOR A BAD FLY SEASON IN 2009 CURRENT METHODS FOR FLY CONTROL IN BEEF CATTLE * IMPORTANT DETAILS TO REMEMBER FOR FLY CONTROL & PESTICIDE USE * SELECTED CALIFORNIA REGISTERED PESTICIDES FOR BEEF CATTLE: 2009 * ECOLOGICAL & ECONOMICAL IMPACTS OF MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR MEDUSAHEAD CONTROL * UPCOMING EVENTS||3/13/09|
|2009 Niche Meat Market Conference||March 26th - Cutting Edge Meat Processing Tour This year's conference will feature a tour of Cutting Edge Meat, a USDA inspected harvest and processing facility. The plant is located in Newman, CA. After the tour, we will have discussions working with processors, meat cutting instructions, and the need for more USDA processing. March 27th - What You're Doing and How's it Working? This year's conference will focus on implementation. We have covered a lot of topics over the past six years. We want to provide a way to bring all that information together to assist you in developing or taking your niche meat marketing effort to the next level.||DOC||2/24/09|
|57th Annual Livestock Forum 01/20/09||Register by January 10th. $10- per person with early registration or $15- at the door.||DOC||12/22/10|
|Winter 2008||# Sudden Death in Adult Cattle # Grass Tetany # Relationship Between Residual Feed Intake & Growth Performance, EPD Profiles, & Value Indices of Angus Bulls # Water Quality and Livestock # Free Soil Amendments # Upcoming Meetings||12/22/10|
|Water Quality, Range, Pature & Livestock Management Meeting||Meeting held on 01/29/09. Register by 01/17/09 $10- per person for early registration or $15- at the door.||DOC||7/22/10|
|September 2008||Final Reminder - Buy Your Crop Insurance Now for 2008!||9/3/08|
|Summer 2008||* Pink Eye Prevention * Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) * Automobile Calculator * Cattle Welfare Workshop||12/16/09|
|Summer 2008 - Pink Eye Treatment Options||Read about the latest treatment options.||7/30/08|
|Summer 2008 - Vehicle Cost Link||Vehicle/Pick-up/Trailer Cost Analysis Worksheet||XLS||7/30/08|
|56th Annual Livestock Forum||Please ignore road signs for 2 hour parking limits. Thank you to the City of Oakdale for eliminating the parking time limits and graciously accommodating our meeting.||DOC||3/8/09|
|January 2007||55th Annual Oakdale Livestock Forum, Effects of Drought and Frost, Vet Views||1/15/08|
|Fall 2006||Beef Cattle Updates and Meeting Announcements||1/13/08|
|January 2006||Annual Oakdale Livestock Forum||6/27/11|
|November 2005||UCD Vet Views: Fall Cattle Health Reminders, Medusa Head Project, Animal ID, Avian Influenza- aka- Bird Flu, Oakdale Livestock Forum Update||6/27/11|
|July 2004||National Animal Identification System||6/3/10|
|February 2004||BSE, Pasture Management, Beef Quality Assurance Program, Oakdale Livestock Forum||6/27/11|
|April 2004||Abortion in Cattle, Weed Management, West Nile Virus, Range Camp, Meetings, Ecological sites||1/14/08|