Setting a stocking rate is one of the most important decisions that ranchers or
land managers make.
The stocking rate is the number of specific kinds and classes of animals grazing
or using a unit of land for a specific… Continue reading
By: Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist
The primary function of markets is to figure out what gets produced and what resources are used to accomplish that production. While broader supply and demand forces… Continue reading
By: Kayla Jentz, Filament
Shoreview, Minn. [March 2, 2017] – Did you know that just a few adult flies can quickly populate to 4,000 flies or more per animal? Pesky horn flies can become prolific in spring.… Continue reading
By: Dr. Andrew Griffith, Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics
There are good cattle producers and there are bad cattle producers. However, there is one producer in the business that has no room for being a bad… Continue reading
St. Joseph, MO – The new Gain Smart Stocker Program from BioZyme Inc. provides a research-proven, three-step supplement system for naturally increasing calf health, appetite, and more cost effective gain.
Known for research and proven results in forage utilization, it… Continue reading
The benefits of deworming your cattle are well known: increased weight gains and breeding efficiency, reduced pasture contamination, improved immune status and more. But it’s not as easy to know which deworming product to use.
“To reap these benefits… Continue reading