MSGA: Cattle producers can control destiny using BQA recommendations
The Prairie Star
BILLINGS, Mont. – Cattle producers in Montana have the opportunity to control their own destiny in the future through a wide variety of Beef Quality Assurance recommendations and new technological advances.
That’s the message Jerry Yates, manager of the Reyman Memorial Farm for the University of West Virginia, gave during the 122nd annual Montana Stockgrowers Association convention in Billings, Mont.
Speaking during the Pfizer Cattleman’s College, Yates challenged producers to “take the reins to do everything a little bit better.”
“It all begins when you turn the bull in with the cows, and our responsibility doesn’t end until consumption,” he said. “Quality can be influenced with the right bulls and cows in conjunction with your nutrition program.”