Katrina HuffstutlerWe know the facts: Beef is nutritious, wholesome and safe. But it seems everywhere you turn — TV, social media, even the doctor’s office — consumers are bombarded with conflicting and misleading information. Continue reading
By: Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist
Beef production for the year to date in 2016 is up 3.0 percent year over year. This increase is faster than expected as earlier expectations were for more… Continue reading
By: David P. Anderson
Spring sprung early this year as fed cattle prices have dropped sharply from their highs in early Spring. Texas-Oklahoma fed cattle prices averaged $139.05 for the week of March 20, 2016. A month… Continue reading
By: Miranda Reiman
Imagine buying a bull with a birth weight EPD (expected progeny difference) of 1.0, only to bring him home and find out he was actually a +9.6.
What if that mistake was your fault?
“If you’re looking… Continue reading
New research published in the Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences shows that eating more protein from foods like lean beef, as part of a reduced-calorie diet, can help obese older adults with limited ability to exercise to lose weight and… Continue reading
By: Paul Dykstra
Never short on drama, the 2015 cattle market came in on a high from the smallest cowherd since 1960, only to drop like a stone from midsummer to late fall and end on a recovery bounce.
The… Continue reading