Resources

  • Michigan 4-H Biological Sciences Project Snapshot (4H1622)

    Published on February 27, 2015
    The 4-H biological sciences project allows 4-H'ers to explore plant and animal life.

  • Michigan 4-H Meat Science Project Snapshot (4H1632)

    Published on February 27, 2015
    The 4-H meat science project allows you to learn about the different cuts of meat.

  • Michigan 4-H Market Animal Project Record Book

    Published on October 17, 2014
    4-H Market Animal projects provide youth an opportunity to gain life skills such as record keeping, communication and self-responsibility through raising and selling a livestock animal.

  • Zoonotic Disease

    Published on October 10, 2014
    Learn about germs that can spread between humans and animals, and how to reduce everyone’s risk of catching them

  • Animal Heat Stress Management

    Published on July 5, 2012
    Livestock farmers should be prepared to respond to high heat conditions.

  • Weather - Drought

    Published on July 2, 2012
    The MSU Extension Weather – Drought resource page provides timely information to agricultural producers as weather conditions impact their operation.

  • Odor Management Plans

    Published on June 11, 2012
    Odor management plans (OMP) can help farmers determine the major farm odor sources.

  • Low-stress Cattle Handling: The Basics (E3100)

    Published on April 2, 2012
    The advantages of low-stress cattle handling include increased profit for dairy and beef producers. Low-stress cattle handling is easier and safer for people, induces less cattle stress and injury, and produces a better product with a better public image.

  • MSU Environmental Quality for Agriculture

    Published on March 20, 2012
    The Michigan State University Environmental Quality for Agriculture team provides industry information on air quality, biosecurity, diet modification, mortality management and water conservation.

  • MSU's Animal Welfare and Behavior Group

    Published on February 8, 2012
    MSU's Animal Welfare and Behavior Group focuses its research on identifying and developing management practices and standards for improving the quality of life for animals.