Livestock producers can add value to culled cows
Minnesota Farm Guide
Cull cows represent a significant source of income for beef cattle producers. In fact, cull animals account for about 15 to 20 percent of the gross income in a beef cattle operation.
Restrictions for imported cattle embryos and semen from the European Union
The Cattle Business Weekly
These restrictions became effective February 21, 2012, and were placed to address the emergence of Schmallenberg virus in Europe.
BeefTalk: Plan Ahead Instead of Reacting; Sell Infertile Cows
Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist, NDSU Extension Service
Now is the time to be thinking just how many cow-calf pairs should be turned out to grass. Stocking rates and grazing dates should have been planned and set.
However, predictions of rainfall shortages need to be applied to the plan and stocking rates adjusted to accommodate less potential forage.
Keep Young Bulls In Top Condition
Hay and Forage Grower
Yearling and two-year-old beef bulls should be in condition score 6 before the start of the breeding season, advises Rick Rasby, University of Nebraska animal scientist.
Tips For Feeding Wet Distillers Grains To Cattle
Allowing wet distillers grains plus solubles (WDGS) to spoil in the bunker during storage doesn’t affect growing cattle or feedlot cattle performance but will result in increased shrink and nutrient losses.
Farm helps heal vets
Former Army Sergeant Adam Burke’s struggle to overcome post-traumatic stress disorder took him out of the monotony of a rehab office and into the fresh air of a farm.
Protecting Against External Risk Back
Risk and volatility are two very common terms being discussed and analyzed in the agricultural circles today. The reason for this is the unprecedented marketplace the agricultural industry and more specifically the beef industry finds itself currently in.