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Weather — so far — yields fewer insects, less disease

Weather — so far — yields fewer insects, less disease

PENDLETON — On a day that’s a hundred degrees in the shade, you might think it hard to find something good to say about the weather. Not so as nearly 300 farmers gathered in the August sunshine to get the latest updates from research and Clemson Extension specialists at Simpson Experiment St…

August 31, 2014 11:30 pm(0)
Famous bloodline is back: Clemson Extension scientists rekindling Hereford herd for research, teaching to improve S.C. cattle genetics

Famous bloodline is back: Clemson Extension scientists rekindling Hereford herd for research, teaching to improve S.C. cattle genetics

CLEMSON — The sale this fall of a $25,000 bull to a Texas ranch is important for more than just bragging rights for the Clemson University Extension Service.

January 06, 2014 1:00 am Photos

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Greener pastures: Clemson experts look to offset corn costs for cattlemen

Greener pastures: Clemson experts look to offset corn costs for cattlemen

CLEMSON — Clemson cattle researchers see green pastures as a way for ranchers and consumers to cope with the costs of the 2012 corn fizzle. Scientists are investigating pasture-finished beef, where cattle grow to market size on grasses instead of feedlot corn.

July 30, 2012 3:00 am(0)
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