James A. Knauer, Trustee for Eastern Livestock Bankruptcy established website
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The trustee for the Eastern Livestock Bankruptcy has established a website to keep stakeholders and the public informed about the progress of the case.
Baxter Black, DVM: HEADIN’ AND HEELIN’ ON THE HIGH PLAINS
Imagine the header clinging to the rack on the back of a flat-bed, chasing a cow across the high plains of Colorado with the hazer banging along beside him in a quarter-ton Ranger with a vet-box in the bed.
‘Red nose’ vaccine may cause some cattle abortions
The Prairie Star
Veterinarians at the University of Wyoming and Colorado State University are noticing an increased number of abortions in heifers due to the virus responsible for infectious bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR), also known as ‘red nose.’
Are Cowboys Supposed To Cry?
I’ve always considered myself a cowman; it’s my identity. When people ask me what I do for a living, I take pride in saying “we run cows” or “I’m a rancher.”
Stocker Receiving Management Conference set for Jan. 25
High Plains Journal
Cattle producers interested in learning about stocker health and nutrition management should mark their calendars for the Stocker Receiving Management Conference.
Eddie Baggs: Cows have 5 nutritional needs in winter
Denton Record Chronicle
Beef cattle nutrition involves five essential elements: water, protein, energy, minerals and vitamins. Cows may gain and lose weight during the course of a production year, but meeting all five nutritional needs is necessary to meet the demands of reproduction and lactation.
Where’s Texas’ beef?
Fort Worth Star Telegram
The biggest cattle state is seeing its herd shrink.
Fewer Angus, Brahman and cross-bred calves dot the wide open spaces of Texas.
Since 1995, the state’s beef cow inventory has shrunk 12.8 percent, from 5.95 million to 5.1 million — compared with an 11 percent drop nationally.