(SAINT JOSEPH, Mo., April 6, 2020) A brood cow is the heart of the herd. She lays down each year, calves to ultimately propagate her outstanding genetics or help feed the world. And even though her role is considered important… Continue reading
By : Dr. Michelle Arnold, UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
“Dystocia” is defined… Continue reading
Source : Brad White and Bob Weaber
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Once the calves are born into a beef cattle… Continue reading
By : Tom R. Troxel, Professor and Associate Department Head Animal Science, Courtesy of University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Research & Extension
Dystocia (calving difficulty) can be a major problem for beef cattle producers in Arkansas, especially… Continue reading
Wireless cameras in the calving barn mean producers can monitor cows and heifers without leaving the warmth of the house.
Devices strapped to the back end of cows can send an alert to a smartphone when the calving process commences,… Continue reading
By: Mary Lou Peter
PARSONS, Kan. – A new program aimed at supporting beef cattle producers by improving the reproductive performance of replacement heifers may have come at an opportune time.
The Sunflower Supreme program, developed by Kansas State University… Continue reading