As cattle feeders aim to make the most of premiums for quality, align with market expectations and make ready for industry changes in the wind, they can find insight and answers at an annual forum at two locations on the… Continue reading
By: Heather Smith Thomas
Chad Lemke is a 5th generation rancher in Mason County, Texas. “We live where it seldom rains, the wind always blows, and every now and then we see some green grass!” he says.
“We’ve learned to… Continue reading
By: Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Before the breeding season begins, a few simple management procedures involving the bulls can increase the likelihood of a high pregnancy percentage among the cows.
Any rancher that purchases a… Continue reading
Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Prolapses occur occasionally in beef cows. Most prolapses occur very near the time of calving. Two distinct kinds of prolapse exist.
Uterine prolapse usually occurs at calving or soon after calving.… Continue reading
Fort Atkinson, Wis. [February 18, 2015] – Digi-Star’s Tera Koebel Baker will be presenting educational sessions on improving profitability through feed management at the New York Farm Show, held Feb. 26-28 at the New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse, N.Y.
These… Continue reading
By Larry Corah, Vice President, Certified Angus Beef LLC
Yes, the coffee-shop talk in cattle country usually starts with cattle prices. However, it does not take long before the talk turns to how big these fed cattle are getting.
In… Continue reading