(SAINT JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 20, 2019) Freshly weaned calves are a lot like small children starting their first day of preschool. They’re learning a new routine in a different environment and eating from a new menu all while being without… Continue reading
ABIQUIU – Healthier cows mean better prices at the sale barn.
Craig Gifford, New Mexico State University Extension beef specialist, uses a bovine anatomy model to explain the stages of a cow’s pregnancy. Gifford will be among the NMSU Extension… Continue reading
(SAINT JOSEPH, Mo., Aug. 7, 2019) Weaning time in the cattle business is ultimately the most stressful time in the calf’s life. However, with proper preparation and a good management plan, you can decrease the stress incurred on your calves,… Continue reading
DULUTH, Georgia (August 6, 2019) — Currently, only 8% of U.S. beef operations utilize estrous synchronization.1 For producers, this probably comes as no surprise. It’s simply not practical to round up cattle from the pastures and run them through the… Continue reading
NCBA staff recently told members of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee that an overwhelming body of scientific evidence shows healthy diets including red meat, like beef, support optimal human health and well-being. Shalene McNeill, a registered dietitian and executive… Continue reading
AMES, Iowa – Proper transportation can prevent bruising, improve the health status and improve meat quality of cattle delivered to harvest. Beef Quality Assurance Transportation is… Continue reading