Resources and Information for Specific Species
- Avian (Poultry)
- Bovine (Cattle)
- Camelids (Alpaca & Llama)
- Equine (Horse)
- Porcine (Pig)
- Small Ruminants (Sheep & Goats)
- Bovine Respiratory Disease: Preconditioning Calves
- Enterotoxemia (Overeating Disease)
- Gastrointestinal Parasites in Sheep & Goats
- H1N1 Influenza & Pigs
- Lamb Feedlot Nutrition
- Nitrate Poisoning
- Pinkeye Problems in Cows
- Pregnancy Toxemia (Ketosis) in Ewes & Does
- Prussic Acid Poisoning
- Q Fever
- Rabies in Horses: Should Horses be Vaccinated in Colorado?
- Trichomoniasis Prevention: The Cost Per Cow to Prevent
- Urea & NPN for Cattle & Sheep
- Urinary Calculi in Wether Lambs/Kids
- Alternative Feeds to Feed Cattle During Drought
- Anaerobic digestion of Animal Wastes in Colorado
- Colorado Forage Guide
- Dryland Pasture Condition Assessment & Guidelines for CO Small Acreages
- Feed Composition for Cattle & Sheep
- Flies- Controlling Without Pesticides $$
- Formulating Rations with the Pearson Square
- Grass Hay Production- By Doug Dean
- Manure Utilization
- Reducing Ammonia Emissions
- Sheep Feeds and Management Guidelines During Drought
- Wool & Fiber Terms Glossary
Stocking Rate Calculators
- Calculating Available Forage
- Determining Your Stock Rate
- Forage Nitrate Value Converter & Guide
- Forage Production Calculator: Air Dried Samples
- Forage Production Calculator: Wet Samples
- Range Seed Mix Calculator
- Stocking Rates Calculator: Cattle
- Stocking Rates Calculator: Domestic Animals
- Stocking Rates Calculator: Wildlife
The above stocking rate calculators are based on published dry matter forage requirements for animals and wildlife.
Pasture, Rangeland, Forage (PRF) Insurance: A possible Drought Management Tool for Colorado Ranchers:
- Agriculture production is a financially risky business. Forage losses from drought are common occurrence on Colorado pastures and rangelands. For more information click here.
- Led by the Colorado State Veterinarian, the Animal Health Division is responsible for animal health and disease control activities in Colorado.
- Livestock health information and veterinary expertise in multiple fields related to livestock health and productivity, food safety, and public health.
- Responsible for developing and executing federal government policy on farming, agriculture, forestry, and food.