WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Army Corp of Engineers (Corps) proposed an expansion of their federal authority over “waters of the United States.” The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) is deeply concerned by this… Continue reading
By: Katie Allen
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Water, a simple chemical compound, has the big and at times complex job of bringing life to the world. Last October, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback issued a call to action to address the need… Continue reading
By: Paul David, PH. D.
Drought is a dirty word. Though not physically a four-letter word, cattlemen surely classify it with its more expletive brethren. While the immediate implications of drought are certainly damaging enough, the negative effects may impact… Continue reading
By: James B. Neel
“Rules of thumb” can be helpful in planning winter feeding programs for cow-calf
herds. Following are a few that might be useful.
How much hay does a cow need each day? Mature beef cows with an average… Continue reading