WASHINGTON (Feb. 28, 2017) – Fifth-generation Oklahoma cattle rancher Chuck Coffey today testified on behalf of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association regarding the value of voluntary conservation efforts. Coffey testified at the U.S. House Agriculture Committee’s Subcommittee on Conservation… Continue reading
MANHATTAN, Kan. – With lower expected revenues from the sale of calves in 2017 compared to 2014-15 prices many producers are looking for ways to improve their operation’s profit potential. With that in mind, the 2017 Kansas State University Winter… Continue reading
Winter weather has replaced warm fall temperatures, so cattle producers need to change the way they care for their animals, North Dakota State University Extension Service livestock specialists say.
“Two major blizzards have made their way through the region, bringing… Continue reading
Performance Livestock Analytics (PLA) announces Cattle Krush, a profit management solution for the cattle industry. Cattle Krush is a revolutionary product that brings realtime market insights to cattlemen, commodity advisors, and other cattle industry stakeholders. This software is accessible on… Continue reading
FARMINGTON, Mo. – Prices stayed strong this year for beef heifers at the Show-Me Select Replacement Heifer sale, Farmington Auction Market, April 15.
The 168 heifers for fall-calving herds average $2,070. Prices ranged from $1,800 to $2,500.
The top price… Continue reading
Many challenges in the beef community are tackled with a two-pronged approach: genetics and management.
Heat stress should be no different, says Megan Rolf, Oklahoma State University Extension beef geneticist.
“Certainly from the feedlot side there has been a lot… Continue reading