By: Don Tyler
In working with all types of livestock production, I am privileged to work with some of the top producing operations of cattle, swine and dairy businesses. Each of their strategies have a unique approach based on the… Continue reading
By: Ron Wilson
Getting the mix just right. That’s vital, whether one is a cook, a chemist, a cattle feeder, a basketball team – or a business. Today we meet a Kansas company which has become a national leader in… Continue reading
By: Scott Brown
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Farmers who lost forages or livestock in the drought of 2012 should prepare to document those losses. The 2014 farm bill includes livestock disaster aid going back to 2011.
Nearly $1 billion in… Continue reading
By: Kay Ledbetter
AMARILLO – Drought plagued much of the state in 2013, causing property damage and additional livestock liquidations for many Texas agricultural producers. These losses and any unexpected revenue may have implications at tax time, a Texas A&M… Continue reading
Producers with excessive livestock losses due to adverse natural and
environmental conditions may qualify for compensation under the 2014 farm bill,
according to North Dakota State University Extension Service livestock
stewardship specialist Gerald Stokka.
This compensation would be for losses… Continue reading
CORPUS CHRISTI – Livestock producers pondering stocking rates now have an app to help them determine that ratio, according to experts.
A smartphone app to help ranchers determine stocking rates is now available online. (Photo courtesy of AgriLife Extension)
GrazingCalc… Continue reading