By: Stephanie Henry – University of Illinois
URBANA, Ill. – High prices are providing an incentive to cattlemen to expand the nation’s drought-riddled cow herd. With fewer cows in the nation’s breeding herd, it is important to make each cow… Continue reading
By: Mauricio Espinoza
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The harsh winter's effects on cow-calf operations may linger unless producers take the right measures to ensure their animals' nutritional needs are being properly met, according to an expert from Ohio State University's College of Food,… Continue reading
By Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist
NDSU Extension Service
The question of the day: Are the cows ready to breed? For many cattle
operations, the calving season got started in mid-March, so it will be in full
By: Katie Allen, Communications Specialist, News Media and Marketing Services
It isn’t too early to begin thinking about the upcoming spring bull buying season and assessing your needs to identify that next herd sire.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – With record high… Continue reading
By: Paul David, PH. D.
Drought is a dirty word. Though not physically a four-letter word, cattlemen surely classify it with its more expletive brethren. While the immediate implications of drought are certainly damaging enough, the negative effects may impact… Continue reading