By Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist
Evidence of the calving season in the northern Great Plains is clear. All one
needs to do is drive down any road and look at the pastures. You will see lots
of calves bouncing around… Continue reading
By: Terri Queck-Matzie
It all comes down to protein. A recent study at the Dickinson Research Extension Center (DREC) at North Dakota State verifies the critical value of protein in grass-fed cattle production – with startling results.
Steers that grazed… Continue reading
By: Paul David, PH. D.
Drought is a dirty word. Though not physically a four-letter word, cattlemen surely classify it with its more expletive brethren. While the immediate implications of drought are certainly damaging enough, the negative effects may impact… Continue reading
By: Derrell Peel, OSU Livestock Economist
Although the USDA Drought Monitor clearly shows some of the nation is still in a drought, the prospects for fall pasture is much better this year than the last few years. This moisture has… Continue reading
By: Tracy Turner
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Beef cattle producers who want boost their profit potential and become more competitive in the cattle industry can learn how by attending the 2014 Ohio Beef Cattle School series Jan. 28, Feb. 18… Continue reading
By: Glenn Selk
Many areas of the Eastern two-thirds of Oklahoma have grown some wheat pasture for use as winter feed. Some producers may have questions about the utilization of wheat pasture for growing replacement heifers before, during, and after their… Continue reading