Ready for today’s cattle industry gene data ?
The Cattle Business Weekly
Agriculture has hit another level of the technology revolution. DNA test research and development is offering cattle producers an opportunity to become the most efficient and profitable agricultural producers the industry has seen.
Making your vet’s “A-1” client list
The Prairie Star
Ever notice how some folks can never get a vet, while others simply call and he’s pulling up the drive? Although a vet is usually called out biannually for routine work, he’s still the most important person in a horse’s life. And he’s usually the least appreciated, until he’s needed at midnight for something that should have been taken care of hours earlier.
Iowa Bill Protects Farmers From Undercover Videos
Iowa State Representative Annette Sweeney has recently introduced a bill to the state legislature that would provide legal protection to famers and agribusinesses from undercover videos, reports the Animal Agricultural Alliance (AAA).
2011 Range Beef Cow Symposium dates and location announced
Tri-State Livestock News
The 23rd Range Beef Cow Symposium (RBCS) will be held Nov. 29-Dec. 1 in Mitchell, NE. This popular educational event for cattle producers started in 1969 at Chadron, NE, and is held every other year.
Them Against Us – Part VII – Lost Horizons
It’s impossible for them to understand.
There’s no way for anyone who has never built fence, been run over by the calf they’re doctoring or busted ice with numb hands to grasp the emotions, generational learning and innate intricacies associated with beef cattle production.
Lifelong Vernal resident Brud Gardiner trains Border Collies the Uintah way
A loud whistle pierces the morning air.
“That’s left,” said Brud Gardiner, a Vernal resident who specializes in using highly-trained dogs to handle cattle. He whistles a different tune. “That’s right.” Then another trill. “That’s get a hold.”
Cattlemen’s Group Promotes Red Meat, Trains Recruits to Win Over Consumers
Wall Street Journal
Colorado native Jen Johnson loved raising cattle and eating steak, a lifestyle some of her friends at Princeton University found a bit hard to swallow.