K-State beef experts discuss reasons why twins occur and how to care for them
MANHATTAN, Kan. – The goal of every cattle birth is a live, healthy calf, but every so often ranchers find a surprise: a second calf.… Continue reading
By : Garth Ruff, OSU Extension Henry County
Bull buying season is almost upon us, and for the smaller cow-calf operators in the region, I think it time to ask the question: Do you need to buy a heifer bull?… Continue reading
Understanding the major factors that affect cull cow prices is important to every cow-calf operation’s bottom line.
“Cull cows represent… Continue reading
Wyoming-Utah Ag Days are Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 27-28, at the Roundhouse in Evanston.
“This year’s Wyoming-Utah Ag Days has workshops to help cattle producers, sheep producers, landowners and even alternative crop producers,” said Bridger Feuz (‘Fates’), University of Wyoming… Continue reading
By : Olivia Amundson, SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist, Courtesy of extension.sdstate.edu
The last year was difficult to say the least, from a wet, muddy spring and late planting to an early, wet fall and difficult harvest. Unfortunately, for cow… Continue reading
DULUTH, Ga. (Dec. 3, 2019) — “There’s not another disease out there that approaches the economic significance of trichomoniasis for a cow-calf producer,” stated John Davidson, DVM, Boehringer Ingelheim.
Trichomoniasis, or trich, is a sexually transmitted protozoal disease… Continue reading