Portland, Maine [June 19, 2020] – Rotavirus disease can intensify within a herd when infected calves shed the pathogen into the environment, exposing and infecting other calves. A recent study by Dr. Andy Skidmore*, in collaboration with Dr. Jan Gawthrop,… Continue reading
DULUTH, Ga. (June 2, 2020) — Shipping fever, or bovine respiratory disease (BRD), costs the cattle industry up to $900 million annually.1 But what does that number really mean to producers? “It’s… Continue reading
NCBA Vice President, Government Affairs Ethan Lane, this week released the following statement in response to final Congressional approval of the Paycheck Protection Program Increase Act.
“America’s cattle producers are working hard every day to keep feeding America, even as… Continue reading
Courtesy of K-State University Beef Cattle Institute
Do you ever wonder if the return merits the time and expense spent doing farm tours and education sessions… Continue reading
Beef cattle experts offer health and nutrition advice for bulls
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Spring bull buying season is an exciting time as cattle producers select bulls that they hope will improve the genetic composition of the herd. However, what… Continue reading