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
Cattle Handling and Injury Prevention
by Ki Fanning, Ph.D., PAS
Cattle handling is an everyday activity in most feedlots, and can either be a low stress and relatively easy task or a high stress, unpleasant event for both cattle… Continue reading
By : Dean Kreager, Licking County Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator
Handle with care. The inner container is only attached to the outer container at the neck and a crack in this connection will cause the tank to quickly fail!… Continue reading
Success in cattle breeding starts with cycling females in good body condition
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Creating a great cake starts with quality ingredients mixed together by a talented baker.… Continue reading
COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Extension in Howard County, in partnership with Select Sires, will host a beef artificial insemination school March 27-28 the MU Beef Research and Teaching Farm, 5151 Old Millers Road, Columbia.
The class is $350… Continue reading
(01/21/20) Many, La. — The LSU AgCenter will host a series of Louisiana Master Cattleman classes beginning March 10 in Many for cattle producers who want to improve beef cattle management.
Topics will include animal health; cattle nutrition; reproduction;… Continue reading