Successful breeding depends on a targeted nutritional program. Producers must know the stress periods when a cow can experience nutritional deficiencies, as well as how to supplement available forage during those times.
By Terri Queck-Matzie
That was the message from… Continue reading
Cattlemen and consumers share the desire to serve their families safe, high-quality meals, but both are starting to share a deeper understanding of beef from pasture to plate.
One… Continue reading
Impact of Reported Coronavirus Cases on Live Cattle Futures: Implications for Future Feedlot Placements and Risk Management
By : Dr. Elliott Dennis, Assistant Professor, Livestock Marketing Economist, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
The media and market attention surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) has been near deafening. Uncertainty surrounding the severity, transmission rates, case… Continue reading
Kansas City, Mo. — Hereford producers will have access to more marketing outlets for their feeder cattle thanks to a new partnership between the American Hereford Association (AHA) and S= Cattle Co., a cattle-buying business owned and operated by Nolan… Continue reading
By : Dr. Gary Bates, Professor and Director, UT Beef and Forage Center
Last year I wrote about reseeding muddy areas. I usually try to write new articles for each month. But seeing how things look across… Continue reading