By: Miranda Reiman
How many months out of a year is a mother cow just eating for herself?
Hopefully none, says Janna Kincheloe, North Dakota State University animal scientist.
“The cow should either be lactating or developing a fetus at… Continue reading
By: Troy Walz, Nebraska Extension Educator
Colostrum, or first milk produced by the mother after birth, is high in nutrients and antibodies. A newborn calf lacks disease protection because antibodies do not pass across the cow’s placenta to the fetus’… Continue reading
DULUTH, Georgia (Mar. 31, 2017) — April is Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Awareness month, and cattle should not be left out of the conversation. Trichomoniasis, or trich, is a costly STD that can quickly spread during breeding season, reducing… Continue reading
By Randy Saner, Nebraska Extension Educator –
Benchmarking your herd can be an important tool to look at your cost and revenues compared to other beef producers. Producers can look at where their expenses are high compared to other similar… 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