Don Good, influential cattle judge, dies at 90
Don L. Good, former Head of the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry at Kansas State University and a distinguished and influential livestock judge, died Tuesday at his home in Manhattan, Kan. He was 90.
A History of Cattle Selection
Western Livestock Journal
As inspiration to write this article, I watched the famous 1925 Buster Keaton movie “Go West” where they take a large group of steers from a desert range, load them on to a rail road car and then Buster leads them through town to Los Angeles Stock Yards.
Bovine Veterinarian Magazine
Geni Wren Decreasing bovine respiratory disease complex (BRDC) in feedlot cattle can decrease mortality and morbidity as well as reduce treatment and subclinical costs of the disease. Cattle free from respiratory disease have improved performance including better average daily and gain and feed conversion.
Bullish Ranchers Stocking to Capacity
Dave Hamilton raises a few thousand head of cattle in Nebraska’s Sandhills and he’s stocked his pastures to capacity. His neighbors are doing the same.
‘Backgrounding for Quality’ Field Day Focuses on Profitability
Oklahoma Farm Report
Set for Thursday, March 8 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., the event aims to help stocker operators reach profitability by focusing on their output. White Brothers Cattle Co. will host attendees at their ranch south of Chickasha, Okla.
Nebraska Agriculture Group Disagrees With Chipotle Ad
An ad from burrito chain Chipotle has been a topic of discussion in many social media forums this week after it debuted on national television.
Catering to Cattle Comfort Pays Off in Performance
Kim Kanzler Holt
Twig Marston says that the little things that we do to give cattle a feeling of comfort when we ask them to produce for us can really add up.