Looking at Your Cattle a Practice for Production Success
Missouri Ag Connection
Successful beef cattle producers in southwest Missouri give varied responses when asked about their most important practices for success.
According to Eldon Cole, a livestock specialist with University of Missouri Extension, most producers will stay things like forage production, genetic selection, health programs and effective marketing.
Consumers’ appetite for grass-fed beef growing
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Every Saturday at the Tower Grove Farmers Market in St. Louis, rancher Jeremy Parker brings in hundreds of pounds of beef – flanks, sirloins, briskets, ground – and at the end of the market day, most of it is sold.
Temple Grandin: Ag must communicate better with the public
The conference room that had been filled with applause and laughter minutes earlier was now quiet, aside from workers rearranging tables and chairs, and Temple Grandin, having just delivered a well-received presentation on autism to a full house, leaned back in an office chair and shifted her focus to the other topic at the center of her life: the livestock industry.