Source : Eric Bailey
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Farmers hearing beef focus talks at the Missouri Livestock Symposium will take home tips to use. Beef is just one track in the annual meeting, Dec. 6-7 in Kirksville.
By : Dr. Kenny Burdine, Livestock Marketing Specialist, University of Kentucky
It seems like I could have written the same thing for each of the last three months. Heavy feeder cattle prices have held reasonably well and been supported by… Continue reading
By : Tom R. Troxel, Professor and Associate Department Head Animal Science, Courtesy of University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Research & Extension
Dystocia (calving difficulty) can be a major problem for beef cattle producers in Arkansas, especially… Continue reading
By : Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist
The October USDA Cattle on Feed report contained no big surprises. The feedlot inventory on October 1 was 11.3 million head, down 1.1 percent from one year… Continue reading
By: Jackie Walling
Courtesy of American Society of Animal Science
A recent article published in Translational Animal Science investigated the effects and interaction of weaning date and late gestation supplementation on productivity in a spring calving system. Measures… Continue reading
COLUMBIA, Mo – Not all heifers are created equal when it comes to making replacements for a beef cow herd. Some heifers make better cows than others.
Identifying the best in a herd boosts profit potential.
Two University of Missouri… Continue reading