By : Rob Ziegler, UNL MS Animal Science Student and Travis Mulliniks, UNL Beef Cattle Nutritionist, Range Production Systems
Because of the challenges faced last spring and this year’s projected lower quality hay crop, supplementing cattle this year with… Continue reading
New Mexico, Texas researchers seek economical, sustainable beef management practices
Precision ranching is a focus of a new Coordinated Agricultural Project led by New Mexico State University, NMSU, in collaboration with Texas A&M… Continue reading
Over the years, Texas ranchers and landowners have learned that growing grass for cattle is a risky business. Not so much dangerous, but very dependent on the weather.
For that reason, DeDe Jones, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service risk management… Continue reading
By: Larry Corah
Of all the debates cattle producers get into, one that elicits a great many opinions is the value of cow longevity.
Especially in extensive range conditions, conventional wisdom says longevity is a key economic trait in the… Continue reading
AMARILLO – The deadline is nearing for the perennial Pasture, Range and Forage Insurance sign-up, designed to protect livestock and hay producers against production losses, said DeDe Jones, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service risk management specialist in Amarillo.
The 2015… Continue reading