It’s Harvest & Weaning Time
Harvest time is weaning time in cow-calf country. This can be a stressful time for the cow, the calf and the farmer/rancher. Probably the most critical weaning decisions a rancher or farmer needs to make are gauging when and where to wean.
Effects of shipping on feedlot cattle
Bovine Veterinarian Magazine
Throughout their lives some cattle will get shipped three or four times depending on the plan for those cattle. “We talk about moving them to stocker or feedyards from the cow-calf operation,” says Brad White, DVM, MS, Kansas State University.
Corn stover makes excellent beef cow feed
Kevin S. Gould, Michigan State University Extension
Many beef cow-calf producers overlook one of the most economical feed sources right in their back yards. MSU Extension suggests using corn residue, a readily available resource in the southern half of the lower-peninsula that can be economically grazed or mechanically harvested. When hay is in short supply or high priced, corn stover quickly becomes an economical beef cow feed.
Hoosier Beef Congress Will Mark 25th Anniversary
Two beef producers in charge of a committee to get more involvement in the Indiana beef industry some 25 years ago hit upon an idea that stuck. In fact, their idea has exceeded expectations, and blossomed into the Hoosier Beef Congress. It will celebrate its 25th anniversary Dec. 2 – 4 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis.
Brown Ranch founder from Virginia plantation
Go San Angelo
More than a century ago, Robert Herndon "R.H." Brown started buying up land in Throckmorton County that would grow into 33,000 acres and one of the largest cattle ranches on the rolling plains of Texas. The ranch holdings also include land in Colorado.
Panhandle Feeders partners with CAB
High Plains Journal
Cee Arnett is the manager of Panhandle Feeders of Gage, Okla., which recently signed on with Certified Angus Beef brand as a partner in the Feedlot Licensing Program.
That’s why Panhandle Feeders of Gage, Okla., places young cattle on grass, wheat or other forage for cost-effective gains while maintaining their best health and quality.
Beef Cattle Nutrient Requirements
Mississippi State University
Beef cattle require nutrients to support body maintenance, reproduction, lactation, and growth. The nutritional needs of beef cattle vary by age, class, stage of production, performance level, and weight.