By Paul Dykstra
Stepping into another year and another decade provides opportunity to analyze both short- and long-term impacts to the beef business. It’s often the short term that shapes our attitudes on the market, but the trends across a… Continue reading
Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Prolapses occur occasionally in beef cows. Most prolapses occur very near the time of calving. Two distinct kinds of prolapse exist.
Uterine prolapse usually occurs at calving or soon after calving.… Continue reading