By: Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
The “Value-Added” calf sales will begin in September and continue in the fall months. Therefore some of the required weaning dates have already past and others are only a… Continue reading
(SAINT JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 20, 2019) Freshly weaned calves are a lot like small children starting their first day of preschool. They’re learning a new routine in a different environment and eating from a new menu all while being without… Continue reading
Courtesy of: North Dakota State University Livestock Extension
New breeding techniques continue to progress. Here is a review of the latest techniques and those that may be coming.
As we make progress in the field of animal breeding and selection,… Continue reading
By: Karla H. Wilke, UNL Cow/Calf Systems and Stocker Management
A snowy/rainy spring gave way to above average rainfall for the summer in much of the mid-section of the country. While most of us know better than to complain about… Continue reading
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — One Arkansas native is looking to improve the state’s cattle industry through artificial insemination and is working to break the stigma around it.
Charles Looney, now professor and extension cattle improvement specialist for the University of Arkansas… Continue reading
Protecting calves from respiratory disease can be a positive for animal well-being and bottom line
Calving season is approaching in fall calving areas and getting those calves off to a healthy start is top of mind for cattle producers. Preventing… Continue reading