By : Elliott Dennis, Livestock Marketing and Risk Management Economist
Photo credit Troy Walz.
In the beginning of COVID-19, much of the attention was focused on managing the redirection of meat product from food service to retail stores. This past… Continue reading
The average return for an extra 100 pounds of cow weight is five to seven pounds of additional weight of the calf at weaning.
Written by : Lisa Moser, Kansas State University
Source : KC Olson, Kansas State University
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By : Elliott Dennis, Assistant Professor & Extension EconomistDepartment of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
In the beginning of COVID-19 much of the attention was focused on managing the redirection of meat product from food service to retail… Continue reading
Knowing when heifers have started cycling is key to future reproductive success.
SPRING VALLEY, Wis. [April 15, 2020] – The ability to get replacement heifers bred and calved out early are important indicators for how long heifers will stay in… Continue reading
By : Stan Smith, OSU Extension PA, Fairfield County
During the second session of the Ohio Beef Cow/Calf Workshop, Dr. Les Anderson, Beef Extension Professor at the University of Kentucky, presented on reproduction efficiencies in the cow herd including getting… Continue reading
Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist
Research data sets have shown conclusively that young cows that calve in thin body condition but regain weight and condition going into the breeding season do not rebreed at… Continue reading