Source : Iowa State University Extension Beef Specialists, Iowa Beef Center University of Wisconsin Extension Livestock Program Educators, and University of Wisconsin Department of Animal Science Faculty
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt cattle markets. Cash sales for the week… Continue reading
By : Ben Beckman, Nebraska Extension Educator, Mitch Stephenson, UNL Range Management Specialist
While Mother Nature has been giving us small tastes of spring, then pulling right back, the reminder that pasture green up is just around the corner… Continue reading
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Spring has arrived and soon cattle producers will be thinking about turning their cattle out on nice green pastures. Spring grazing is always an exciting time, but before you turn out those pairs to green grass, consider… Continue reading
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