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
Source : Janna Block
The last 60 days before calving and the first 60 days after calving are critical periods in the production cycle of the beef cow herd.
Energy and protein requirements of the cow increase by 15%… Continue reading
Moline, Ill. (Feb. 25, 2020) — John Deere expands the L-Series Wheel Loader lineup with four new utility models, the 444L, 644L, 644L Hybrid and 724L. The new wheel loaders incorporate several customer-driven improvements to boost performance and productivity, including… Continue reading
By Cody Schneider, Beef Cattle Nutritionist, Provimi, Cargill Animal Nutrition
Byproducts are nothing new to cattle producers and have become an essential part of cattle raising. Byproducts range from the usual — distillers grains, soybean hulls and corn gluten feed… Continue reading
By : Stan Smith, OSU Extension PA, Fairfield County
Understanding the ruminant system, and properly supplementing the energy source with protein will be one of the topics Dr. Fluharty covers during his presentation at the first session of the Ohio… Continue reading