By: 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… Continue reading
Denton, Texas –The longest-running USDA Processed Verified Program – the Red Angus Feeder Calf Certification Program that was launched in 1994 – announced a new tag provider recently. A new partnership with Allflex, USA Inc., will officially begin March 1,… Continue reading
At the beginning of each year USDA releases its annual January Cattle Inventory Report. As expected, the Jan. 31 report confirmed that the U.S. cattle herd continued to expand last year, albeit at a more robust pace than was expected.… Continue reading
By: Dr. Kenny Burdine, Livestock Marketing Specialist, University of Kentucky
USDA’s annual estimate of the number of cattle in the US held some surprises this year. While this report is typically not a short-term market mover, it has considerable… Continue reading
WASHINGTON, D.C., Feb. 7, 2017 – The Trump administration today extended the deadline for submitting comments on a regulation related to the buying and selling of livestock, a move hailed by the National Pork Producers Council, which opposes the Obama-era… Continue reading