By: Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist
Herd size and fence are determining factors when bull selection is used, at least when the concepts of crossbreeding and breeding systems are discussed.
If the goal is to excel in calf growth and maintain… Continue reading
Getting or keeping cows in proper body condition throughout the winter can optimize pregnancy rates the following season, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.
Dr. Jason Banta, beef cattle specialist, Overton, said cows with proper body condition scores… Continue reading
We are making it easier for producers and veterinarians to manage pregnancy diagnosis information with a new mobile app – Pregnancy Analytics. Designed to serve as an instant data collection and analysis tool, the app will facilitate the transformation of… Continue reading
By: Blair Fannin
COLLEGE STATION — The importance of a breeding soundness exam in herd bulls can prevent costly revenue losses, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economist.
Stan Bevers, AgriLife Extension economist in Vernon, shared the data… Continue reading
DUBLIN, Ireland — (July 6, 2016) — Today’s World Buiatrics Congress (WBC) workshop focused on new bovine trichomoniasis (trich) research identifying prevalence in Mexican breeding bulls, the disease’s reproductive and economic impact, the role diagnostics play in disease management and… Continue reading
For most, June is bull turnout time. Some lingering cows still may need to calve, but the focus is on cropping and haying because the plans for next year’s feed supply are well under way.
Producers wanting March-April… Continue reading