Ranchers and Livestock: A Complex Relationship
As I travel and talk to the general public, I find that a grand majority of them, from omnivore to vegan, are concerned about the welfare of livestock. They care deeply about the way livestock are treated and they are appalled by the videos of abuse that are put out by various animal rights groups.
Nebraska Youth Range Camp planned
High Plains Journal
Do you know a young person age 14 to 18 who is interested in learning more about the outdoors? If so, encourage them to attend the 49th annual Nebraska Youth Range Camp, which is sponsored by the Nebraska Section Society for Range Management. It will be held June 11 to 15 at the Nebraska State 4-H Camp in Halsey.
Study showed cows prefer grazing on clean grass
A recent study by Kevin Bradley, University of Missouri Extension weed scientist, confirmed that cattle prefer clean, weed-free grass when given the choice.
The study tracked grazing patterns across three continuously grazed locations in Missouri. A mix of broadleaf weeds or broadleaf weeds and woody brush infested each site, which ranged from 50 to 100 acres in size.
BeefTalk: There Is Room for More Cows
Kris Ringwall, Beef Specialist, NDSU Extension Service
One advantage of keeping records is the ability to look back in time. Time changes everything, but that everything may be big for some and small for others.
The question asked more frequently today is: What is the future of the beef business? The question is not too difficult to answer. However, before one answers, it doesn’t hurt to look back as well as forward.
Four Years Later, Is The Beef Industry Better Off?
Presidential challengers often court voters by asking, “Are you better off than four years ago?” We decided to pose that question, in the industry sense, to Colin Woodall. As vice president of government affairs for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, Woodall is the organization’s point man on Capitol Hill.
England Hired as Hereford Advertising Coordinator
Jessica England, Columbia, Mo., has been selected as the new Hereford Publications Inc. advertising coordinator. England graduated in May with a bachelor’s of science degree in agricultural journalism from the University of Missouri.
200 buffalo escape Iowa farm, spotted across five counties in two states
"Home on the Range," is the state song of Kansas, but after 200 escaped buffalo made their way across five Iowa counties, the Hawkeye State is singing a similar tune.