By : Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Feed conversions of calves fed creep feeds have been quite variable to say the least. Conversions of 5:1 or 5 pounds of grain consumed to 1… Continue reading
By: Matt Stockton & Devin Broadhead – Nebraska Extension, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
In accounting, real depreciation is an attempt to relate the change in value of an asset as it ages and/or declines in usefulness. For example,… Continue reading
BLAGNAC, FRANCE – September 14, 2015 – For more than 20 years, Lallemand Animal Nutrition has been committed to optimizing animal performance and well-being with specific, natural microbial product and service solutions. Now, the company is pleased to introduce a… Continue reading
By: Jason Vance
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Cattle expansion may boost pasture values but move beef prices lower.
The 2015 Missouri Farm Land Values Opinion Survey says grassland prices have moved higher and the expectation is for pasture values to continue… Continue reading
By: Steve Suther
The herd’s getting bigger. USDA says there are at least a million more beef cows and replacement heifers compared to last summer, a rapid start to a rebound that should last several years.
Are you on board,… Continue reading
By: Gant Mourer, Oklahoma State University Beef Value Enhancement Specialist
October and November calf-weaning days may seem to be quite a long time in the future. However, now is the time to contact the value-added calf program that best… Continue reading