GARDEN CITY, Kan. – A Kansas State University expert is underscoring the critical need to get water and reliable feedstuffs to cattle in the aftermath of wildfires that have ravaged many parts of southern and western Kansas.
As of Thursday… Continue reading
By Miranda Reiman
Why do you raise cattle?
It isn’t a flippant question, but one I want you to deeply consider.
You have to make money to survive, but there are easier ways. It’s likely not the impressive health… Continue reading
By: Benjamin T. Tibbitts, Hazy R. Nielson, K. C. Ramsay, R. N. Funston
Stocker cattle programs often incorporate a growth implant. Revalor-G (which contains 40 mg trenbolone acetate plus 8 mg estradiol) is an implant approved… 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
By: Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist
The increase in beef cows requires utilization of cropland.
Land use is embedded in long-term thinking and the individual desires of those involved in farming and ranching. Agricultural production systems incorporate land eco-types, along with… Continue reading
WASHINGTON (March 1, 2017) – The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and the Public Lands Council today hailed the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of Ryan Zinke to be the next U.S. Secretary of the Interior.
“This is great news for America’s ranchers… Continue reading